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L’artiste, ses machines, son public et l’espace

Stéphane Sadoux 1
1 Cultures Constructives - Cultures Constructives
AE&CC - Architecture, Environnement & Cultures Constructives
Abstract : Although the consequences of the pandemic can be investigated on the basis of statistics and major trends, they can also be examined through the lens of individual narratives. This paper focuses on the ways a number techno artists based in France and Great-Britain have experienced this period. The evolution of artistic practices is in particular investigated in the light of space, be it physical or virtual, used for producing, collaborating, performing or debating. The interviews with artists which underpinned this research revealed that one of the main consequences of the pandemic has been a significant alteration of the spatial relationship between artists, their studios, the places in which they perform and the public.
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Stéphane Sadoux. L’artiste, ses machines, son public et l’espace. Arts·Sciences·Technologies. Actualités Scientifiques de l'Art, SCML Médias, 2021, 21 p. ⟨halshs-03409834⟩

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