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Subversive Photographs: Thoughts on Barthes

Subversive Photographs: Thoughts on Barthes

The photograph is subversive when it thinks. When it doesn’t think, it’s just a thing. But when it thinks, the photograph ceases to be just a thing. It plays a role. It arouses feelings in the viewer, thereby, turning the…

A Revolt That Never Ends

A Revolt That Never Ends

From persona non grata to exile condemned in absentia, Italian philosopher Antonio Negri existed on the fringes of an empire that labeled him a cattivo maestro.  As he explains in the documentary, A Revolt That Never Ends: “Cattivo maestro is someone…

Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarchitectural Practitioner

Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarchitectural Practitioner

What does it mean to be born the son of the renowned Chilean Surrealist painter Robert Matta? One can only assume Gordon Matta-Clark added his mother’s last name to the end of his father’s last name in order to distinguish…

Nailhouse Incidents in Modern Day China

Nailhouse Incidents in Modern Day China

What I often find more striking than an intentional work of art is a work of art that stands just outside the notion of a work of art, an unintentioned work of art, a work of art that never meant…

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