On the Invention of Systems of Order
The Art of Order
What can order be today? In what relation does art stand to order today? What artistic positions do artists use to explain order to us? How does order become art? How can art convey or produce order? What do contemporary artists mean by order and how do they deal with this concept as a theme?
The eBook describes the curatorial concept with 9 artistic positions. It is part of our series »curated by«.
In 2012, »Die Kunst der Ordnung« (the art of order) was the second major thematic group exhibition at the exhibition platform, the KunstFabrik (art factory) Berlin. This exhibition project, which was organized and implemented by Nadine Broszehl (KunstFabrik-Berlin) and the guest curator Thordis König, was based on ideas from the complex of works »Die Ordnung der Dinge« (the order of things) by the artist diekleinefraubraun.
- Nora Adwan, diekleinefraubraun, Charlotte Hintzmann, Nils Hoff, Andreas A. Koch, Juliane Laitzsch, Willi Tomes, Renate Wiedemann
Exhibition space: FORUM FACTORY, Besselstrasse 13-14, 10969 Berlin
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You could order this eBook as an .ibook from iTunes from 2013 to 2019.
In early 2012, Apple launched a new version of the app called iBooks 2. This allows iBooks with multimedia content, e.g. B. 3D animations or photo galleries, read and obtain through the iBooks Store. With iBooks 3, the iCloud was firmly integrated into the app. Purchased books are also available directly on the bookshelf and can be updated. Up to iOS 7, iBooks was not preinstalled, but could be loaded via the App Store like third-party apps. It has been an integral part of the system since iOS 8.
This technical development speaks for itself. The compatibility of the ibooks and their application in contemporary art as well.