Tag: Art History
The Impact and Context of the Orly Disaster
Note: This essay was originally published with Burnaway in 2011. Unfortunately, as these things happen on the Internet, their version of the writing was lost at some point, perhaps during a data migration or redesign. Below is my original draft sent to the publication and most of the links I referenced have been subject to…
Reading Warhol’s 129 Die in Jet!
This post is prompted by a question my friend, Louis, asked on Facebook yesterday: I’ve written about the Orly Crash and the significance that tragedy has had on the development of Atlanta’s arts communities for Burnaway. Here’s my response to Louis and I thank him for prompting me to write this down. Depending on what you…
Modes of Knowledge-Making and Identity Politics
What follows are my lecture notes for my class on Contemporary Art at Georgia State University. During this class we were discussing Carrie Mae Weems, Kara Walker, Betye Saar, Pat Ward Williams, Lorna Simpson, Adrian Piper, and Cindy Sherman. I’m relying on the syllabus and slides that Dr. Susan Richmond prepared for her own Contemporary…