in-class readings

books, articles and links available via the Concordia Library Course Reserves website

*Please take note of artist and instructional text references in Lecture Slides

1. Azoulay, Ariella, "Photography, The Ontological Question." Lexical Reivew of Political
Thought. Mafte'akh: 2e, 65-80.


2. Solomon-Godeau, Abigail. “Inside/Out” Public Information Desire, Disaster, Document
(SFMOMA 1994). 49-61. PDF.

Weeks 2 - 5

3. Kit Lo, Kevin Yuen. "The Propaganda of Pantone: Colour and Subcultural Sublimation." Loki Design. 2016. Web. 

4. Durbin, Andrew “We Don’t Need a Dislike Function: Post-Internet, Social Media, and Net Optimism” Mousse Magazine. Issue 43. April-May 2014. Web.

5. Chan, Jennifer. “Notes on Post Internet” You are Here, Art After the Internet Omar Kholief, ed. 2012. PDF 

Weeks 6-11

1. Droitcour, Brian. “THE PERILS OF POST-INTERNET ART” Art in America Magazine. October 29, 2014. Web. 

2. Asavei, Maria-Alina “Beauty and critical art: is beauty at odds with critical–political engagement?” Journal of Aesthetics & Culture. Volume 7, 2015 - Issue 1. PDF.