Posts tagged Knowledge Production
Abu-Dhabi Art 2018: Thoughts on the invisible and the intangible

Editor-Researcher Denise Clarke explores the role and nature of artistic research practices in the extra-commercial exhibitions and activities at Abu-Dhabi Art 2018. Inherent in the artworks discussed in this essay, is the imperative to question, to probe to challenge knowledge and to partake in the negotiations between the representable and the intangible, the visible and the invisible. They engage with knowledge in a variety of ways to focus on its production and its loss, it’s retrieval and documentation and its multifarious mutations.

Photographs from the ongoing project Odysseus, by the artist Tarek al-Ghoussein, Courtesy of the artist.

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