|Posted on March 19, 2018 at 9:55 PM|
'[Gossip pop] reveals the undecidability or subjectivity inherent in all knowledge production and reception, thereby proposing (authorised) knowledge and theory as inherently speculative. Gossip Pop further interrupts the inherent timebase of pop and gossip, taking and freezing a “moment” from its endless cyclic flow. This transformative act demonstrates how art practice can archive, make manifest and generate new meanings for the temporal epistemological constructions of pop roleplaying: the social and historical constructs to which they inhere.'
Dodd, Sue Ellen. 2013. "Gossip Pop: A Performative Investigation Of The Role Of Pop In Contemporary Art Practice". Vuir.Vu.Edu.Au. http://vuir.vu.edu.au/24837/1/Sue%20Ellen%20Dodd.pdf