In this co-published digital roundtable, the editors of Artnet News, Momus and Temporary Art Review discuss the changing landscape of criticism online.
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In the latest Futures, Genevieve Quick addresses the need to reassess how we educate art writers and support new and alternative media in art writing.
Art F City Senior Editor Corinna Kirsch addresses the present and future of online art criticism.
Critic Jessica Baran attempts to document art writing’s place in her practice and other obscure cultural crusades.
The public space of the site is an expression of underlying ideals and we are intent on continuing to experiment with our own form in order to push forward the discussion on artist-led action and the latent potential it carries to transform our art worlds, our institutions, our means of expression and ourselves.
Websites are changing rapidly in an attempt to keep up with our shorter attention spans and under-comprehension of information and content.
In order to see a continued presence of art criticism that is attuned to the full range of activities taking place in local communities, alternative options to subsidize writers’ work are necessary.