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From the book's point of view post-object art did twice better than generally acknowledged. It not only sabotaged the physical object's static substance ontology but also reformulated what an object is. A new object to start again with. By reestablishing the object beyond its physical instability through processual invariance, it can then be observed in the context of its external relations and hence as having no ontological primacy over them. By bracketing the object and suspending its internality, both the object and the curatorial frame can be observed as working synchronically, correlated at a placeless boundary or interface.
Keywords art theory  aesthetics  object oriented  curatorial studies  process philosophy  practice based research  pragmatism
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