Showing at Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, 'Lines of Control' features videos, photographs, prints, paintings, sculptures, and installations by 33 international artists and groups that touch on issues arising from partitioned areas: India and Pakistan, North and South Korea, Sudan and South Sudan, Israel and Palestine, Ireland and Northern Ireland, Armenia and its diaspora, as well as questions of indigenous sovereignty in the United States. The accompanying catalogue includes essays by 14 contributors and artist biographies.

Please note that non-Asian participating artists are not included in the artist list: Francis Alӱs, Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Duncan Campbell, DAAR, Taghreed Elsanhouri, Sophie Ernst, Emily Jacir, Nadia Kaabi-Linke, Noa Lidor, Mario Mabor, Tom Molloy, Jolene Rickard, and Hrair Sarkissian.

Access level

Onsite

Location code EX.USA.LIC
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2012

No of pages

238

ISBN / ISSN

9781934260227

No of copies

2

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
Lines of Control

- Hammad NASAR

Partition and Contemporary Art

- Iftikhar DADI

Midnight's Line

- Sumathi RAMASWAMY

Sudan: The Tumultuous Road to Partition

- Salah M. HASSAN

Who Enjoys the Fruit of the Tree of Paradise?

- Raqs Media Collective

Waiting for a Real Reckoning on 1971

- Naeem MOHAIEMEN

Art and the Division of Korea

- YOO Hyejong

Minds in Control

- Jolene RICKARD

Zarina Hashmi and the Arts of Dispossession

- Aamir R. MUFTI

Interview with Irit Rogoff

- Hammad NASAR

No Man's Land/ Everybody's Land

- Nicole WOLF

Proposals for a Memorial to Partition

- Murtaza VALI

Lines of Control: Partition as a Productive Space
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Lines of Control: Partition as a Productive Space

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