INPUT at the Armory Show 2010

The Armory Show 2010
The Collective Booth (L-18 on Pier 92)
March 4-7

INPUT #2: Spring 2010
Me, Myself and I (Conversations with Oneself)
Limited Edition of 300

Renée Vara, Executive Editor
Elena Bajo + Warren Neidich, Guest Editors


Meena Alexander, Avi Alpert, Eric Anglès, Marco Antonini, Boško Blagojević, Daniel Bozhkov, Tyler Coburn, Jon Cuyson, Keren Cytter, Judy Dater, Josechu Dávila, Jeremiah Day, Jonatan Habib Engqvist, Andrea Fraser, Vendela Fredricson, Pablo Helguera, Claire Hooper, Alexis Knowlton, Chris Kraus, Ajay Kurian, Sean Landers, Annika Larsson, Thomas Lawson, David Maljkovic, Amir Mogharabi, Anneè Olofsson, Alix Pearlstein, Falke Pisano, Angelo Plessas, Adina Popescu, Ana Prvacki, Sean Raspet, Georgia Sagri, Jakob Schillinger, Amie Siegel, Alexandre Singh, Andrew Smaldone, Erik Smith, Gabriele Stellbaum, Mathilde ter Heijne, Eve K. Tremblay, Heidi Voet, Martha Wilson

Me, Myself and I (Conversations with Oneself)

What is the role of the dialogic process in the production and construction of art?

The focus of this iteration, a project by Elena Bajo + Warren Neidich, is specifically centered on the simultaneous dialogues artists have with themselves including their associated internal conflicts and diatribes.  As a dialogic exercise of self-discovery and/or reflexive mindfulness, this edition of INPUT seeks to explore how an artwork becomes a disembodied representation of an artist’s internal voice in all its contradictory and multifarious nature. 
INPUT is a new aesthetic journal published by a nonprofit foundation directed under the curatorial mandate of “rotating guest editors” to produce interventions, actions and ideologies on contemporary currents and cultural conditions. Since change is the one constant in contemporary culture, INPUT seeks to capture the ephemeral and momentary visions of artistic conceptualism and free the medium from the typical monotony affiliated with commercial publications. Produced in bi-annual, limited editions, INPUT approaches the medium of the journal as an exhibition.
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