Session 2: "Commonisms"
The social effect of the arts was once thought to be mirrored in the sociality of the means of artistic production: desire to engender democratic societies led, for example, to exquisite corpse exercises that linked producers together through both the ubiquity and uniqueness of the subconscious. This session will address the ways in which contemporary production is more likely to emerge from group formations conceived as assemblages that generate forms of superconsciousness and will consider what kinds of social worlds this structure might engender.
Indy Johar, Architect, and co-founder of 00:/
Justin Blinder, Media Artist, Programmer, and Designer
Alex Kitnick, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History, Bard College
Leslie Witt, Design for Money Portfolio Lead, IDEO
The Anonymous conference was organized by Sylvia Lavin. ©2013 Princeton University School of Architecture. Recorded by Robert Perry.