Seth Price

 
Through paintings, sculpture, video, and media work, Seth Price (*1973 East Jerusalem, lives and works in New York) underlines the production strategies, dissemination modes, and valuation patterns of art. His appropriationist work, which he rather calls a “redistribution” of (often) pirated materials, disrupts the operations of commodity culture. Among his formats and tactics one should mention the recycling of iconic illustrations, reduplication (from digital to vacuum-formed techniques), the reenactment of projects, and the collaborative actions with Continuous Project (formed in 2003 with Bettina Funcke, Wade Guyton, and Joseph Logan) or other artists.

(external link : www.distributedhistory.com)
 
Seth Price - Peep-Hole Sheet - OK, Just Send Me the Bill
2014
English edition
miscellaneous
Mousse - Mousse Publishing (books)
out of stock
A “fictionalized adaptation” taken from the audio of Seth Price's Digital Video Effect: “Spills.”
Seth Price - Price, Seth
2010
English edition
JRP|Editions - Monographs
out of stock
First monograph, including an essay by Michael Newman as well as Price's own critical take on his practice.


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