Plastic Words

Press/Media: Other

Release date: 1/3/2015

Description

Exhibition Review in The White Review

Plastic Words was a six-week series of thirteen events which described itself as ‘mining the contested space between contemporary literature and art’... Plastic Words was arranged by people – John Douglas Millar, David Musgrave, Luke Skrebowski, Natasha Soobramanien and Luke Williams – who are all various admixtures of artist, writer, novelist and academic. It raised two other contests in the expanded field between art and contemporary literature: a productive uncertainty around what constitutes an ‘object’, and the issue of how the practitioners define themselves.

<http://www.thewhitereview.org/feature/plastic-words/.

Media coverage

TitlePlastic Words
Media name/outletThe White Review
Media typeWeb
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
Date1/03/15
DescriptionPLASTIC WORDS WAS A SIX-WEEK SERIES OF THIRTEEN EVENTS WHICH DESCRIBED ITSELF AS ‘MINING THE CONTESTED SPACE BETWEEN CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE AND ART’. It did not describe itself as anything to do with ‘art writing’.
Producer/AuthorTom Overton
URLwww.thewhitereview.org/feature/plastic-words/
PersonsLuke Skrebowski