Floor 3, Susan and John Hess Family Gallery and Theater
The 2018 Critical Studies Symposium is an evening-long program in which each of the six participants from the Whitney Independent Study Critical Studies Program presents a short paper on their current research. Two discussants respond to these papers.
Discussant: Carrie Lambert-Beatty
La Peinture N'Existe Pas: Jutta Koether, Towards a Feminist Theory of Painting
In, Around and Outside the Apartment (On Moyra Davey)
Joseph P. Henry
Empathy from Cacti to Brecht
Discussant: Jennifer González
Kavita S. Kulkarni
Sunday Tea Parties & House Epistemologies: Marking an Ethics of Care in Underground Topologies of Pleasure
Palestine as Crime Scene: Forensic Architecture and the Politics of Evidence
Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco
A Pathological Baroque: Optical Deformation in José Val del Omar’s Fuego en Castilla (1961)
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