This week I am going to think about worn objects,
also about no objects.
David told me about these two and about sculptors who do not produce objects
as part of their practice.
We wondered what a post-object society would look like,
and following Braudrillard, what happens when objects cease to be signifiers.
If you look at the work of this architecture practice, you can see what a non-object based architecture practice could look like.
This exhibition is about fear, and fearful objects.
The next thing, ofcourse, for all us bloggers, is to think about the web as a place where objects disappear and vanish.
One of my students once asked me about old blogs.
Where do they go when they stop being used?
So obviously museum curators think this is the most important heritage dilemma.
Curating new media turns out to be the latest thing.
Look here for more about curating new media.
So, how would you curate a blog?
Is it a disappearing object?
Answers on a postcard please, to this address.
What are these objects?
Are they real?