Interview with Max Haiven: art after money, money after art

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Abstract

Conducted for the 2019 Venice Bienale catalogue of the Romanian pavillion, in particular Canal Grande: The Capital Pool and the Associated Public of Dan Mihaltianu, curated by Cristian Nae. The work “functions at first sight as a wishing well. It establishes an autonomous art fund and invites the visitors to self-organize and to decide on the utilization of the capital raised during the exhibition via capitalpool.net, proposing an artistic formula for exercising direct democracy.”
Original languageEnglish
PublisherNet critique : blog by Geert Lovink
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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