A feisty conversation between Paul Chan and Martha Rosler on different strategies and positions of art making in relation to social and political engagement, as well as discussions on boredom, bodily suffering, Bertolt Brecht, Chris Marker, and The Passion of the Christ.

Between Artists is a series of conversation based books that document different positions and strategies of contemporary critical visual practice. These conversations provide an opportunity for artists to speak clearly about their practice and give readers a better understanding of the power and relevance of the artists' voice in the discussion of larger social issues.
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Onsite

Location code REF.CHP4
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English

Publication/Creation date

2006

No of pages

72

ISBN / ISSN

0923183396

No of copies

2

Content type

transcript

Between Artists: Paul Chan / Martha Rosler
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Between Artists: Paul Chan / Martha Rosler

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