POST CONTEMPORARY ART-Return on Investment- THE CAFE

POST CONTEMPORARY ART-Return on Investment- THE CAFE

Nobody knows how Post Contemporary Art will look like.

Art now mirros the powerstructures of our globalized world. Within its bubble, objects are constantly imported and flipped into commodities to make us feel better.
As Boris Groys tells us instead of artworks, contemporary art now produces "information about art events." While the world is collapsing and the image culture of the internet is becoming our second nature, this constant flow of information calms us, it has a paliative effect. 
BURNRATE's information release is therefore that We Must Wipe Out Contemporary Art like ISIS from Palmyra.
Generated Memes, infectious videos and psychedelic tweets vs. Strawberry Cupcakes, pressed Coffee and coloring books. After burning the credits of cultural capital, is this what a return on investment will look like?

Bauhaus is researching on Weapons of Mass Destruction. Take a look at the well hidden outpost. Razzle Dazzle. Join the discussion.

Artists:
Karina Gutman
Ekaterina Gribanova
Kaity Fox

Fri, 29 Apr, 15.00h
29 Apr 201629 May 2016

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