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Memories can be fractured, incomplete, or unreliable, but materiality—especially for artist Suchitra Mattai—often embodies stability. As Joanna Sofaer notes, “Materiality conveys meaning. It provides the means by which social relations are visualized, for it is through materiality that we...
In a number of photographed performance works from the mid-1990s the artist Song Dong 宋冬 (b. 1966) dramatized futile actions that appeared to lack any lasting impact. This article examines these works as part of a larger group of contemporary performances in 1990s China that features futile acts...
Abstract Why does every book about the opioid epidemic have a landscape photograph on the cover? Landscape photography has had a persistent role in media coverage of America’s opioid epidemic since at least 2016. This paper explores the phenomenon through analyses of a selection of recent,...
Abstract In 1969 Lygia Clark and Hélio Oiticica travelled to Los Angeles to participate in the first International Tactile Symposium. Led by August Coppola and hosted by the University of California State-Long Beach, this event set out to explore the collective facets of touch and its relation...
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