The essay offers a reasoning on interaction between the author and the audience in the artwork’screation, more and more common in current artistic practice. Interaction by a public more or lessconscious, which can be now considered an assimilated practice for the visual arts but which, however,may open, if not new perspectives, new questions. According to the author, in fact, the arthistorian who intervenes on contemporaneity cannot ignore what Segre has defined as artwork’s«paternità frazionata», considering that we are in the intermediality era, in the times of abolishingborders between the various artistic genres, in a cultural community that must inevitably confront,with the web, and particularly with the web 2.0 social networks’ expression. Then does it stillmakes sense, in light of these changes, in front of this new kind of proposals and in an age nowdefined as interactive, to talk about of author and artwork? And finally, just in the wake of thesechanges, does militant criticism’ words and action modalities must give themselves a new statute?
|Numero di pagine||22|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2016|