Advanced design processes in some case studies from the contemporary art system: Delvoye, Fornasetti, Rist

Flaviano Celaschi


The study of the processes which characterize the work of some excellent and recognized masters of contemporary art testifies the existence of shared models and principles with craft and avant-garde design: refined organization, systematic filing, industrial productive continuity of components and collective participation in the development of the work of fine art. This paper describes the creative and productive processes of some case studies that belong to the world of art, in an attempt to identify their transferability to the world of design, particularly the ways in which Piero Fornasetti, Wim Delvoye, and other artists work, together with an overview of aesthetics as seen by Aby Warburg and his theory on art cataloging.

Key words: advanced design, organization of art work, components of the artistic product, artistic research.

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