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May 6, 2014
Julie Ault, James Benning, and William Least Heat-Moon: Histories of Place 

From left, James Benning, Julie Ault, and William Least Heat-Moon discuss the histories of place. Photograph by Filip Wolak
From left, James Benning, Julie Ault, and William Least Heat-Moon discuss the histories of place. Photograph by Filip Wolak
James Benning. Photograph by Filip Wolak
James Benning. Photograph by Filip Wolak
The audience engages in conversation with Julie Ault, James Benning, and William Least Heat-Moon. Photograph by Filip Wolak
The audience engages in conversation with Julie Ault, James Benning, and William Least Heat-Moon. Photograph by Filip Wolak
From left, James Benning, Julie Ault, and William Least Heat-Moon discuss the histories of place. Photograph by Filip Wolak
From left, James Benning, Julie Ault, and William Least Heat-Moon discuss the histories of place. Photograph by Filip Wolak

Julie Ault’s practice frequently engages with fellow artists through collaboration and sustained dialogue. For this 2014 Biennial program, Ault invited filmmaker James Benning and writer William Least Heat-Moon to discuss their shared interests in the personal, cultural, political and geographical histories of place. The dialogue investigates vital points of contact between Benning’s and Least Heat-Moon’s practices.

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