ART PAPERS 41.02 - Summer 2017
Concerning lies, truths, and the alternate worlds that reveal them; largely inspired by the works of Philip K. Dick.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Concerning lies, truths, and the alternate worlds that reveal them; largely inspired by the works of Philip K. Dick
Philip K. Dick is dead, a Lass
The Hugo Victors:
Introduction to the First American Edition
Edward Austin Hall
In a world that never needed the Black Panther Party, who else would Tupac Shakur have been?
Blade Runner Unicorn
An origami lesson
Men in High Castles
When adapting science fiction to the screen, where does the truth go?
A Concrete Worm
The aesthetics of the truthful lie
Measures of Philip K(indred). Dick
Storytelling: The Octavia E. Butler Collection
An author's annotations, motivations, and meditations, from the collection of The Huntington Library
Translated by Ariana Reines
(back-broadcast through the persistent illusion)
A.S.T. (Alliance of the Southern Triangle)
A video and mixed media installation, dimensions variable, charts and resists the invisible rules.
Larry Achiampong and David Blandy still see colonialism, everywhere.
Farah Al Qasimi
introduction by Shumon Basar
Now is the future inside a dragon-shaped mega-mall in Dubai.
Museum of Internet & the Surrealist Endpoint
A popular source of viral Facebook memes, unveiled
Here, There, Together, Now:
The Bilocations of Basma Alsharif
Coping with displacement, an artist embraces multiple, simultaneous experiences of place and time.
Glossary: alt*ern*at*ive (adj.)
- Jasmin Amussen & Tracy Soo-Ming Neale
- Tod Wodicka
Our alternatives have changed.
documenta 14: Learning from Athens
Kochi Muziris Biennale: Forming in the pupil of an eye
Francis Alys: Le temps du sommeil
Silver Lake Reservoir
James and Audrey Foster Prize
To refuse/To wait/To sleep
Alex Schweder + Ward Shelley: ReActor
Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors
Drawing on the Left:
Ben Shahn and the Art of Human Rights
Rudy Shepherd: We are all Trayvon Martin
Paul Bernard Ryan
Paul Auster, 4 3 2 1: A Novel
John Lewis, March Trilogy