Communication Aesthetics

Communication Aesthetics was devised by Mario Costa and Fred Forest at Mercato San Severino in Italy in 1983. It is a theory of aesthetics calling for artistic practise engaging with and working through the developments, evolutions and paradigms of late twentieth century communications technologies. Observing the emerging supremacy of networks over subjects, it called for an artistic approach that was both adapted to, and invested in this changing techno-social arena.

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... "Après l'Esthétique de l'Objet, l'Esthétique de la Communication ", Fred Forest, T.E.L ... Temps, Économie, Littérature), Paris, 27 janvier 1983 "For an aesthetics of communication", Fred Forest, + - 0, N° 43, Bruxelles, October 1985 "L'estetica dela communicazione ... Galerie Pierre Nouvion + Imagina, Monaco 1996 Of sociological art to the aesthetic of the communication, Mario Costa, Catalogue rétrospective Fred Forest, Paço das artes, São Paulo 2005 "From ...

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