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Vitrine is part of an ongoing series of exhibitions curated by the Hans Ulrich Obrist Archive class, which is jointly sponsored by the Department of Visual & Critical Studies and Arts Administration. Exhibitions also take place in the MacLean Center,…

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Kamau Patton (Assistant Professor, VCS) presents excerpts of recordings from the Nation of Gods and Earths, commonly known as the Five Percent Nation or the Five Percenters, an African American social and religious movement founded in Harlem in the…

This selection from the Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection concerns the range of interpretations between the triumphant and the disastrous, expressed through the medium of artists’ books. Small triumphs. Disasters that we wreak upon ourselves;…

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Listen to Lindsay Bosch (VDB) re-present her contribution to this year's CAA conference: "Today the finite artists’ multiple no longer retains its subversive “democratic” virtue. The very concept of the limited edition multiple has helped video and…

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A notion: We have entered a new geological period - the Anthropocene - in which human activity is the dominating biogeochemical force on the planet. Through trash, radiation, dust, plastic and so many other means we’ve inscribed ourselves into that…

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Inspired by Jean-Paul Sartre’s essay, “The Irreal Object” (1940), this exhibition considers the capacity of art objects to open up the imagination. Rather than the artwork being the object of the gaze, the “real” exhibition will be what is seen in…

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An addendum to the First Columbia Biennial Exhibition was held in the Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection.

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The Department of Sound and the Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection are proud to present The Expanded Field—an evening of sonic experimentation. Taking field recording as a starting point, this collaborative event will showcase works that demand a…

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Throughout the past hundred years, artists have frequently authored contributions in the pages of magazines. Like Robert Morris and Donald Judd in the 1960s, and Liam Gillick and Paul Chan today, whether approaching writing as art itself, or by…
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