Elise Rasmussen, Fall 2016

Readings


Robert Blackson, “Once more…with feeling: in re-enactment in contemporary art and culture,” Art Journal, New York, April 2007
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Rudolf E. Kuenzli, "Surrealism and Misogyny." Dada/Surrealism Vol.18, 1990
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Xavière Gauthier (translated by Angela Carter), Surréalism et sexualité, 1971
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Griselda Pollock, Differencing the Canon:
Feminist Desire and the Writing of Art’s Histories
, 1999
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Sophocles, Translated by Robert Fagles, Antigone, ca. 441 B.C.E. (translation 1984)
Baruch College - Stacks - PA4414 .A2 F3 1984

Boris Groys, “Kandinsky’s Bauhaus,” Frieze, August 14, 2013
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Boris Arvatov, Translated by Christina Kiaer, “Everyday Life and the Culture of the Thing (Toward the Formulation of the Question)”, October, Vol. 81, Summer, 1997
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Wassily Kandinsky, On the Spiritual in Art, 1911
Baruch College - Stacks - N 68 .K33 1977

Christina Kiaer, “The Russian Constructivist Flapper Dress,” Critical Inquiry, Vol. 28, No. 1, Things, Autumn, 2001
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Dennis Wheeler, “Four Conversations between Dennis Wheeler and Robert Smithson,” 1969-1970
Baruch College - Stacks - N 7445 .2 .S62 A35 1996

Ignatius Donnelly, Atlantis: the Antediluvian World, 1882
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Plato, Timaeus, c.360 BC
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Maria Gough, “Muy-Thu Perret: Crystal Futures,” Parkett, 2009
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Ramaswamy, Sumathi. The Lost Land of Lemuria: Fabulous Geographies, Catastrophic Histories, 2004
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Baruch College - Stacks - GN751 -- .R26 2004eb

Andrea Fraser, “L’1%, C’est Moi,” Texte zur Kunst, 2011
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Lynne Neary, Victoria Combalia, “Modern Art as Torture,” All Things Considered, January 27, 2003
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Blake Stimson, ”An Art and its Public - A Public and its Art: Robert Smithson vs. the Environmentalists,” Collapse, December 1996

Videos


Camille Henrot, “Grosse Fatigue,” 13:00, HD Video, 2013 (7:27 min clip)


Andrea Geyer, “Insistence,” 15:21, 2013
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BBC TV Mini Series (based off the book by Robert Graves), “I, Claudius,” 1976
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Oskar Schlemmer, “Triadisches Ballett", (Triadic Ballet), 1922
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Daria Martin, “Birds,” 16mm film, 7:30, 2001
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Interview with artist Camille Henrot
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Jørgen Leth, Lars von Trier, “The Five Obstructions,” 2003
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What are Artist's Picks?

In conjunction with their exhibitions, each New Media Artspace resident artist assembles a collection of reference materials to help visitors and students understand their work and artistic process. These Artist’s Picks can be anything that inspires or contextualizes the exhibition. They include essays, films, books, interviews, TV shows and more. Ranging from theory to popular culture, Artist’s Picks offer another layer of meaning to New Media Artspace exhibitions. They are archived online as a teaching resource and for anyone interested in researching the artist or exhibition themes.

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