Another section of Andy’s multipart essay “The Economics of Ephemerality” examining the relationship between performance and visual art from a variety of perspectives including economics, curatorial practice and cultural ecology.
This is the first section of a multipart essay Andy is writing called “The Economics of Ephemerality” which examines the relationship of performance and visual art from a variety of perspectives including economics, curatorial practice and cultural ecology.
Culturebot’s Andrew Horwitz proposes a new framework for the critic in the emerging arts landscape and how that new role can facilitate change and innovation sector-wide.
Social Practice, Civic Practice, Socially Engaged Art – what do we mean when we talk about this kind of work and how can we do it better?
Andy shares some thoughts on the nature of attention and how to talk about it.
On June 24, Andy & Maura were on a panel about “Snark & Praise” at the Dance Critics Association Conference. So that was fun. Here are Andy’s thoughts, a few weeks later.
Culturebot founder Andy Horwitz talks about where we’ve been and where we’re going in a manifesto, of sorts, gazing into the future.
Andy shares some thoughts on the infrastructure of arts funding, Michael Kaiser and the 1%.
What is the difference between Visual Art Performance and Contemporary Performance and why does it matter? Andy proposes some questions and answers.
Andy adds his $.02 to Jeremy’s response to Michael Kaiser’s HuffPo essay.