Sampling, Film, archiving, curating, rock and roll, electronic media
John Rajchman asks, “In what ways have exhibitions, more than simple displays and confi gurations of objects, helped change ideas about art, intersecting at particular junctions with technical innovations, discursive shift s and larger kinds of philosophical investigations, thus forming part of these larger histories?” This essay attempts to answer his question by discussing curating as whole text sampling.
Mauer, Barry. "Rigorous Infidelity: Whole Text Sampling in the Curatorial Work of Henri Langlois, Dewey Phillips, and Jean-François Lyotard." Sampling Media, Oxford University Press, Editors: Laurel Westrup, David Laderman, pp.60-72
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Mauer, Barry J., "Rigorous Infidelity: Whole Text Sampling in the Curatorial Work of Henri Langlois, Dewey Phillips, and Jean-François Lyotard" (2014). Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 604.