Critical Perspectives on Visual Culture

On May 17th, the Whitney ISP symposium: “Critical Perspectives on Visual Culture,” with discussants Emily Apter and Benjamin Buchloh.

Papers include:

  • Joe Madura, “Structured Facts/Structured Feelings: Minimal Art in the AIDS Crisis”
  • Amalle Dublon, “Queer Sonics and Sub-architectures”
  • Henrietta Stanford, “‘Facing’ Ulrike Meinhof: Resistance; Politics; and Psychoanalysis in Silvia Kolbowski’s A Few Howls Again?”
  • Maibritt Pedersen, “Manipulating the World; Öyvind Fahlström’s games”
  • Nate Harrison, “The Yes Men: Parody in Aesthetics and Protest”
  • W. Ian Bourland, “Better Living through Chemistry: Odili Odita’s Modernist Polymers”