Art and/or Design?

Crossing Borders

Annett Zinsmeister (ed.)

16,5 x 24 cm
192 pages, ca. 50 col.
ISBN 978-3-86859-255-9


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Artists design spaces and buildings, including furnishings and lighting, and offer interior design consulting, while designers create purposeless objects as a one of a kind or in small numbers. Where is the dividing line between liberal and applied art, considering that artists and designers are increasingly establishing themselves in new disciplines, the markets for liberal and applied arts are leveling out, and arguments about the unequal taxation of creative products are flaring up?
Internationally renowned scientists, curators, artists, and designers present quite contrasting points of view in this volume.

With contributions by Katia Baudin, Alex Coles, Christine Hill, El Ultimo Grito, Louise Schouwenberg, Wolfgang Ullrich, Annett Zinsmeister


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