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The Wild Book of Inventions

The word “invention” is already an invention, since the notion is used to tag a distaste for both the hermeneutics of critique and the systems of suspicion that have settled at the core of art thinking. During the last two years, almost all of the authors came to the Art Institute in Basel to participate in a series of conversations on notions such as innocence, ignorance, and how art and artists contribute to a different understanding of intelligence as a key force in art-making and its interaction with—hopefully—new political forms of organization, technology, and the future of life. The book says nothing about the institutional life of education; it instead shares with the reader a part of what we do together at the Institute.

Texts by Julieta Aranda, Armen Avanessian, Hannah Black, Ann Cotten, Paul Feigelfeld, Kenneth Goldsmith, Anke Hennig, Chus Martínez, Momus, Ingo Niermann, Filipa Ramos, Emily Segal 

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