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Edited by James Voorhees and Bureau for Open Culture
Columbus, OH: Columbus College of Art & Design, 2010
Pages: 224
Dimensions: 8.25” x 5”
Cover: soft
Binding: perfect bound
Process: digital
Color: full color throughout and on colored pages
Edition Size: unknown
ISBN: 978-0-9797476-4-9

Descent to Revolution featured five international artist collectives and collaboratives - Claire Fontaine, Learning Site, Red76, REINIGUNGSGESELLSCHAFT, Tercerunquinto - that use urban spaces and social spheres as means of production and inspiration. During the course of the exhibition, participating artists visited Columbus in a series of residencies to make projects specific to the city.

Drawing on a range of ideas about urbanism, community, play, collectivity, education and revolution by figures like Jean Baudrillard, Guy Debord, Henri Lefebvre, Thomas Jefferson, Jean-François Lyotard and others, Descent to Revolution investigates how incremental shifts in cultural behavior are generated by continual production of knowledge, action and conversation. Revolution then is a slow, ever-evolving process responsive to a changing contemporary society. Within this investigation is a look at the role of the institution of art in realizing projects by practitioners whose production relies on contexts outside of the gallery.

For more information on the exhibition, visit: www.descenttorevolution.info
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