By Joan Gibbons
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The visual deployment of body copy often has a random feel to it with blocks of text colliding and overlapping or even starting to drop off at the edges. In addition, there is a preference for elusive structure and little regard for putting things the ‘right way up,’ a strategy that frees the viewer from the constraints of the conventional coordinates of the surface. In other words, the idea of a tightly bound and cohesively organised surface that presents content in an ordered and comprehensible way is completely undermined, creating instead a sense of ﬂux and mobility.
Com 2000–2001 (‘Pavement, 1962, concrete slabs, cement, shoe prints, dog excrement, chewing gum, 8000 x 15050 x 10 cm’). com. strand of the campaign. 65 That an avant-garde gambit such as this is now used as a means of advertising art rather than as means of disrupting convention through art shows that conceptualism has become a form of popular, if not exactly common, currency. The question is to what extent this signals the taming of the avant-garde or to what extent it might be seen as a productive and desirable popularisation of its practices.
Photo: Graham Ford. Chapter 3 From Capitalist Realism to Surrealism (and back again) Art and advertising came even closer together from the late 1970s to the present through the development of signature styles in advertising campaigns. While building brand identity through the deployment of a distinctive type of imagery, several major campaigns played down the product itself and developed strategies that were alien to advertising but familiar in art. At the same time, but in an opposite move, the commodity became central to the work of a number of neo-avant-garde artists and was displayed in a way that brought art closer to advertising.
Art and advertising by Joan Gibbons