1. Johanna Drucker: 12/11/2007

    01:20:27

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    Johanna Drucker presentation at the School of Visual Arts MFA Art Criticism and Writing Program: Art Theory Now: From Aesthetics to Aesthesis

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    • Bill Berkson: 10/09/2008

      01:43:43

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      Bill Berkson presentation at the School of Visual Arts MFA Art Criticism and Writing Program: Some Divine Conversation: Poetry, Art, and the Death of the Addressee

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      • Duet, 2011 (excerpt)

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        from Kasia Houlihan / Added

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        1:47 excerpt of 10:44 single-channel HD video with audio

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        • Katy Siegel: 12/16/2010

          01:13:10

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          Katy Siegel presentation at the School of Visual Arts MFA Art Criticism and Writing Program: Since '45: Contemporary Art and Art History's Old Habits.

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          • Johanna Burton: 02/24/2011

            01:18:01

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            Johanna Burton presentation at the School of Visual Arts MFA Art Criticism and Writing Program: Taking Pictures

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            • Lucy Lippard: 04/07/2011

              01:02:22

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              Lucy Lippard presentation at the School of Visual Arts MFA Art Criticism and Writing Program: Ghosts, the Daily News, and Prophecy: Critical Landscape Photography.

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              • David Carrier: 03/02/2006

                01:55:22

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                David Carrier presentation at the School of Visual Arts MFA Art Criticism and Writing Program: A World Art History

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                • Mira Schor: 02/14/2006

                  01:27:43

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                  Mira Schor presentation at the School of Visual Arts MFA Art Criticism and Writing Program: The Art of Non-Conformist Criticality, or, On Not Drinking the Kool-Aid.

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                  • Arthur Danto: 01/17/2006

                    01:14:09

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                    Arthur Danto presentation at the School of Visual Arts MFA Art Criticism and Writing Program: Embodied Meanings as Aesthetic Ideas

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                    • Graft: Intervals and Burrowed Stories

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                      Graft: Intervals and Burrowed Stories, 2011. Approx. 5' x 1.7' x 8' Single-Channel, Looped HD Video Projection and Stereo Sound. 
 Wood, Sheetrock, Cardboard, Dirt, Clay, Natural Fiber Insulation, Twine, Glass Jars and Vials, Assorted Organic Material Performed by Emile Ferris and Ruby Ferris This sculptural video installation features a worn, transplanted section of a wall. The interior space unveils a collection of objects. A large-scale HD video projection covers the exterior wall. The video documents a hermetic woman who “nests” inside of the wall. "Utilizing close-up shots with a narrow depth of field, Crewe's sculptural video installation resists full resolution, placing emphasis instead on the corporeal response of the viewer. In the video, the artist presents an antihero: a hermit or hoarder. The amorphous figure’s unfixed, unidentifiable presence surfaces and retreats from view within an accumulation of objects." - Rebecca Schlossberg, Curatorial Fellow Sullivan Galleries, Chicago, Illinois www.emiliecrewe.com

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