Rosalind Krauss's scientific contributions

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... 13 The profoundly influential concept of the culture industry, which proposes that the increasing commodification of culture in modern capitalist society has transformed culture itself into a crucial medium of ideological domination, was first introduced by Horkheimer and Adorno (1944). Following these thinkers, many of the foremost cultural critics of the twentieth century have convincingly argued that we must be ever vigilant against the uncritical embrace of the popular and the new, particularly insofar as they are bound up with the culture industry (Horkheimer and Adorno), commodified spectacle (Debord 1995), and the seeming insatiable quest for the "experience of experience" itself, in relationship the experience-hungry contemporary art museum especially (Krauss 1990). 14 On how the emergence of social media has changed how individuals interact and engage with their surroundings, see Campbell et al. (2014). ...