For a reassessment of the function of art in late capitalist society.
Calling for a reassessment of the function of art in late capitalist society, Corporate Mentality
focuses on the complex and ambiguous ways artistic production inhabits corporate processes, abandoning the autonomy of the artwork in order to elaborate resistant approaches to a world increasingly determined by commercial strategies and market concerns.
Based on an archive (1995–2001) maintained by Aleksandra Mir
, it presents a diverse spectrum of artists who take on business as site, as material, and as subject of their work.
Contributions by Absolute Vodka, Atelier Van Lieshout
, Bernadette Corporation
, Will Bradley, Claude Closky
, Anthony Davies / Simon Ford, Mathias Faldbakken
& Heger, Liam Gillick
/ Carey Young
, Daniel Knorr
/ Jens Haaning
, Gareth James, Laura K. Jones, Lars Bang Larsen
, Matthieu Laurette
, Daniel Pflumm, Purple Institute, Bennett Simpson, Superflex
, Piotr Uklanski
Born in 1967 in Lublin (Poland), Swedish citizen, Aleksandra Mir lives and works in New York and in Palermo, Sicily.