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  1. Cynthia Carr & Lynne Tillman, Fire in the Belly: The Life and Times of David Wojnarowicz

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    A conversation between Cynthia Carr and Lynne Tillman about Carr’s acclaimed biography and cultural history, Fire in the Belly. Novelist, short story writer, and critic Lynne Tillman says: “Fire…

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    • Critical Information Conference 2012 at the School of Visual Arts: Handmade in an Information Age Panel

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      Sponsored by the MFA Art Criticism & Writing program Respondent: Carina Badalamenti (Student) and Susan Bee (SVA Faculty) The ability to connect in a media-based, networked age gives artists…

    • Critical Information Conference 2012 at the School of Visual Arts:Revolution 101 / 2012 Panel

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      Sponsored by the MFA Art Criticism & Writing program Respondent: Naomi Lev (Student) and Alan Gilbert (SVA Faculty) What are the roles of artists and writers in raising political awareness?…

    • Critical Information Conference 2012 at the School of Visual Arts: The Writing On The Wall Panel

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      Sponsored by the MFA Art Criticism & Writing program Respondent: David Willis (Student) and Robert Bowen (SVA Faculty) Sometimes the most effective political art is not explicitly political…

    • Critical Information Conference 2012 at the School of Visual Arts: Animism Anew Panel

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      Sponsored by the MFA Art Criticism & Writing program Respondent: Tara Stickley (Student) and Michael Connor (SVA Faculty) Our interactions with images and new media affect our perceptions…

    • J. HOBERMAN: Rounding the Digital Turn: CGI, Cyborg Cinema, and the New Realness

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      Cinema was the universal culture of the 20th century. But that was then, before Jurassic Park and The Matrix, not to mention videogames, digitally projected gallery installations, and YouTube. Is…

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      • Critical Information Conference 2012 at the School of Visual Arts: Algorithmic Thought + Memory Panel

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        Sponsored by the MFA Art Criticism & Writing program Respondent: Russet Lederman (SVA Faculty) and Kurt Ralske (SVA Faculty) We live in a world where algorithms now influence our purchases,…

      • Critical Information Conference 2012 at the School of Visual Arts: Still, Mediated and Moving Panel

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        Sponsored by the MFA Art Criticism & Writing program Respondent: Sam Swasey (Student) and Nancy Princenthal (SVA Faculty) Are there technologies that better evoke an experience of time and…

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        • Debra Bricker Balken, “Harold Rosenberg and the Twilight of the Intellectuals"

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          Independent writer and curator Debra Bricker Balken will discuss some of the ways in which Harold Rosenberg's key essay, "The American Action Painters," both galvanized and polarized…

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          • Luc Sante, The genius of the System

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            Photography is unlike other arts in at least one respect: it is seldom entirely within the control of the artist, and almost always represents a collaboration with chance. This keeps the meaning of…

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            • MarcusBoonlecturefile

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            • JOAN RICHARDSON Into the Cosmic Weather: Imagination as Value

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              Darwin changed everything, as Emerson and those following him into newly imagined territories of becoming realized. Wallace Stevens called mind “the most terrible force in the world,”…

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