New discoveries should reopen the discussion of signs

Alternative Theoretics 2015:12 (2015)
Some recent scientific discoveries regarding the signs of language, which impact my own ongoing project as a visual/conceptual artist, also dramatically impact the Saussurian foundation of the prevalent cultural theories which underlie the curatorial priorities of many major art institutions.
Keywords Semiotics  Cultural-Theory  Saussure  Language  Signs  Consciousness  Art-Criticisim
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