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A nice essay that I found

I was reading a book on Ann Hamilton (also brilliant) when I happened upon this text by art journalist Rebecca Solnit. And since it is about the best essays on art I’ve read in a long while, I want to … Continue reading

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Reading Group week 18: Robert Smithson

On Alex’s suggestion we’re reading: Robert Smithson, ‘A Cinematic Atopia’ from Holt, Nancy (ed), The Writings of Robert Smithson but since this is a very short text I add my suggestion for one more text by the very same author: … Continue reading

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Reading Group Revisited

After a couple of not so successful meetings, where few showed up and noone had read the texts, we talked a bit about how to reinvigorate this wonderful intellectual debate. We agreed to try out two changes: 1) From now … Continue reading

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Art & Education, attempt no. 2

Ok, so obviously I was overly optimistic about having a reading group last week in the middle of crs-stress. Noone showed. So I was thinking we try again tomorrow. Same readings; find them in the post below. 4pm, top floor … Continue reading

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Art and Education, readings

Just thought I should summarize and bring together in one post what Noam and Sofia have been writing. We’ll kick off the term straight away with a reading group on thursday 14th april at 4pm in the JDK (if the … Continue reading

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Reading Group Meeting Thursday 14

Hey everyone, Since the last meeting didn’t happen we have a subject and some readings waiting to be discussed. So let’s keep this going and meet the first thursday of third term. (14th of April) so if everyone’s ok with … Continue reading

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Reading Group meeting #2

Brilliant meeting on thursday! There were only four of us (me, Noam, Becca and Sofia) but the discussion turned into a real challenge, and I felt I discovered problems that at least I hadn’t thought about while reading, as we … Continue reading

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