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  • Author(s) Matthew C. Hunter / Francesco Lucchini
  • Edition1
  • Published6th December 2013
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781118710760

The Clever Object presents a multidisciplinary
exploration of the ways objects materialise, embody, or negotiate
various forms of intelligence, revealing its use as an analytic
tool of art-historical interpretation.



  • Presents an original theory (?the clever object?)
    that draws on contributions from a variety of fields, including
    history of art, anthropology, philosophy of science, and design
    history

  • Features interviews with two contemporary artists

  • Advances a theoretical conversation by combining historical
    contributions (from medieval/early modern) with contemporary
    perspectives

  • Represents the results of a project developed from an intensive
    research seminar in which all contributors participated and
    developed their work in evolving dialogue

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  • Author(s) Matthew C. Hunter / Francesco Lucchini
  • Edition1
  • Published6th December 2013
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781118710760

The Clever Object presents a multidisciplinary
exploration of the ways objects materialise, embody, or negotiate
various forms of intelligence, revealing its use as an analytic
tool of art-historical interpretation.



  • Presents an original theory (?the clever object?)
    that draws on contributions from a variety of fields, including
    history of art, anthropology, philosophy of science, and design
    history

  • Features interviews with two contemporary artists

  • Advances a theoretical conversation by combining historical
    contributions (from medieval/early modern) with contemporary
    perspectives

  • Represents the results of a project developed from an intensive
    research seminar in which all contributors participated and
    developed their work in evolving dialogue

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