WARGASM IN MAGAZINES
Table 5  
 
The battle between the object and the pixel rages on in the art and media magazines. In the Netherlands, there is Mediamatic as opposed to Metropolis M, in England there is Frieze as opposed to Mute. Mediamatic was founded exclusively for the media based on the assumption that art was on the wrong track - old-fashioned and conventional. Frieze drew the same conclusion, and expanded its field of vision to the entire visual culture, including advertising, fashion and television. In general, the magazines attract a totally different type of authors and discuss, analyse and review totally different artists. Will the distinction that has now emerged between the magazines remain desirable or even feasible in the near future?


GUESTS
Matthew Slotover
Tom Paulus
Let Geerling
Willem Velthoven
Pauline van
Mourik-Broekman


ID
Editor Frieze
Editor Andere Cinema
Editor Metroplis M
Director Mediamatic

Editor Mute

Discussion
DEBATES
Relational Art vs R-tech      DOOM & Quake
Pornography & Techno-lust      Brains & Computers
Wargasm in Magazines      Bits & samples
Avantgarde of Advertising      Cinema & Artistic Programming
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