Instead, Simmons (2002) argues for the introduction of a difference between the paradigm of immaterialisation and the perspective of dematerialisation, even if Immaterialisation was understood as a kind of Dematerialization
(Hoorens et al 2004).
is not always high tech.
of economies is wanted to be a new way of approaching organic or synergistic economy, the one in which the individual has to choose between a polluting consume and a sustainable one.
By the time John Coplans took over Artforum magazine in 1971, I had stopped writing, but he wheedled, cajoled, and finally lured me back with the offer to review Lucy Lippard's Six Years: The Dematerialization
of the Art Object.
Among those who pioneered the artwork's dematerialization
, few were as committed in their efforts as Robert Barry.
Little-known outside Japan until recently (they are building an addition for the Toledo Museum of Art in Ohio), Sejima and Nishizawa design structures that embody all the formal and experiential qualities Lambri celebrates in architecture: reflection and dematerialization
, opacity and transparency, intimacy and expansiveness.
Palermo offers us an endless play of optical and mental flicker, signs of a painter protesting both the constraints of modernist criticism and the then current "dematerialization
of art." The metal pictures are thus resonant of their time.
Indeed, aside from dematerialization
, he doesn't have much in common with Weiner and Kosuth.