The processes of the factory have entered the museum in ways that Warhol and Duchamp could never have dreamed: the amount of art production now by far exceeds what can be processed or understood, and this often creates a degree of mistrust and an absence of common points of reference with which to not only discuss, but also to gain anything from the sheer volume of artworks placed on display today. The time to engage and digest work is often replaced by additional work—it just keeps coming down the line…

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Is a Museum a Factory?
Hito Steyerl

Art of Conversation, Part II
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A Universalism for Everyone
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A Game Played Without Rules Has No Losers
Pauline J. Yao

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