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Somewhere between Creation and Destruction THE 7TH INTERNATIONAL DISTINGUISHED ARTISTS SYMPOSIUM AND EXHIBITION | The Hartford Art School’s Joseloff Gallery, Hartford CT

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Sarah Sze “Notepad” 2008 offset color lithography, laser engraved paper, board 22.5 x 11 x 8 ” w/ 31″ ladder

Somewhere Between Creation and Destruction | Joseloff Gallery

Somewhere Between Creation and Destruction by Donna Fleischer  See more at Art New England, Sept/Oct 2014

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Queer Poetics Symposium: Equinox Notes plus Twitter Feed | Was Jack Kerouac A Punjabi?

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Queer Poetics Symposium | Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics

Intense Data: Companion Species Notes / Was Jack Kerouac A Punjabi?

Angel, Amanda, Jason and Sarah (graduate students) with Craig and Juliette (co-researchers) between the workshops and readings last night.

Angel, Amanda, Jason and Sarah (graduate students) with Craig and Juliette (co-researchers) between the workshops and readings 

Intense Data: Companion Species Notes / Bhanu Kapil

CA Conrad’s Statement for Bernadette Mayer Symposium panel / PhillySound: new poetry

 

 

PhillySound: new poetry.

Catherine de Zegher, curator and art historian / Symposium on The Feminist Future: Theory and Practice in the Visual Arts, MoMA

 

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Catherine de Zegher MoMA Symposium Video

Catherine de Zegher Response

The Feminist Future: Theory and Practice in the Visual Arts
Friday–Saturday, January 26–27, 2007

“This symposium addresses critical questions surrounding the relationship between art and gender, bringing together international leaders in contemporary art, art history, and related disciplines. After the activism of the 1960s and ’70s, and the revisionist critiques of the 1980s and ’90s, this symposium will examine ways in which gender is currently addressed by artists, museums, and the academy, and its future role in art practice and scholarship.”  – MoMA