Cycles de Hype

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WHAT ARE HYPE CYCLES?

A «Hype Cycle» is a graph showing the life cycle of a technology or of a concept, from its emergence to its obsolescence.

WHAT ARE HYPE CYCLES?

A «Hype Cycle» is a graph showing the life cycle of a technology or of a concept, from its emergence to its obsolescence.

Le Syndrome de Stendhal et les
deux cristallisations de l'amour

Le 29 décembre 1819, day of genius, Stendhal décide de théoriser le cheminement du sentiment amoureux. Il développe son modèle des deux cristallisations dans De l'amour, qui paraît en 1822. « Ce que j’appelle cristallisation, c’est l’opération de l’esprit, qui tire de tout ce qui se présente la découverte que l’objet aimé a de nouvelles perfections ».

Le Syndrome de Stendhal et les
deux cristallisations de l'amour

Le 29 décembre 1819, day of genius, Stendhal décide de théoriser le cheminement du sentiment amoureux. Il développe son modèle des deux cristallisations dans De l'amour, qui paraît en 1822. « Ce que j’appelle cristallisation, c’est l’opération de l’esprit, qui tire de tout ce qui se présente la découverte que l’objet aimé a de nouvelles perfections ».

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HYPE ANALYSIS IN ART

Risks, decisions, opportunities, making sense of it all: discover the inertia of concepts, their emergence and obsolescence, and how plagiarism and import-export play essential roles in art history. Artwar(e) is an emerging project aiming at mapping the circulation of value in the arts.

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EXHIBITIONS

Nov 27, 2010
Workshop ArtWar(e)
Centre Pompidou, Paris

Nov 26 - Dec 4, 2010
Rencontres Internationales
Paris-Berlin-Madrid,
Centre Pompidou, Paris

EXHIBITIONS

Nov 27, 2010
Workshop ArtWar(e)
Centre Pompidou, Paris

Nov 26 - Dec 4, 2010
Rencontres Internationales
Paris-Berlin-Madrid,
Centre Pompidou, Paris

DEATH OF THE CURATOR

ArtWar(e) is a platform for « artistic risk management » and « computer assisted curating ». It revisits art history, performative and relational artistic attitudes and curating practices, by using contemporary methods recycled from 2.0 marketing, post-marxist analysis, as well as new breakthroughs in mathematical logic.

DEATH OF THE CURATOR

ArtWar(e) is a platform for « artistic risk management » and « computer assisted curating ». It revisits art history, performative and relational artistic attitudes and curating practices, by using contemporary methods recycled from 2.0 marketing, post-marxist analysis, as well as new breakthroughs in mathematical logic.

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