4Chan And The Rethinking Of Art and Aestheticism

4Chan And The Rethinking Of Art and Aestheticism
technology

A brilliant new commentary suggests we can learn much about the intent and context of art through online social interactions and planning.

Daniel Edmundson
  • 13 september 2010

We have covered 4Chan’s influence on popular culture before. But what of its influence on aesthetics?

The modern day art world is so often defined by the public exhibition–museums, galleries and curated showings. And, traditionally, the key drivers of the exhibition derive from two maxims of external aesthetics: intent and context.

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