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Claire Bishop, Artificial Hells: Participatory Art and The Politics of Spectatorship

Discussion at the MCA Chicago, Goshka Macuga conference table

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2 responses to “Claire Bishop, Artificial Hells: Participatory Art and The Politics of Spectatorship

  1. I’m really sorry to have missed this talk, and would like to learn more about what was said. I have found the book to be really fascinating and an excellent overview– I especially want to hear more people’s take on her perspective on ‘community art’ . . .

  2. I thought our chat here was great! It fit perfectly into this idea of performativity in a semi-public space. I only wish more of the students could have made it.

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