ART PAPERS 45.01 - Fall 2021

ART PAPERS 45.01 - Fall 2021

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Fall 2021 // Corruption mines the interpretive possibilities of corruption following two separate but intertwined lines of inquiry. One line looks to artists who explore corruption as fraud, exploitation, criminality, or misrepresentation through strategies of satire, exposure, and personal narrative. The other explores the reclamation of corruption as a strategy of difference, of cohabitation and symbiosis, and for imagining heterotopias. 


45.01 Corruption
Table of Contents

Editor’s Letter
Sarah Higgins

An Eye for An Eye—Bambitchell’s Bugs and Beasts Before the Law
Daniella Sanader

Chaos Is The Season
Will Corwin with Mark Thomas Gibson

Locus Hour
Vanessa Thill

Training in Suspense—Stacey Abrams’ While Justice Sleeps
Courtney McClellan

Berenice Olmedo, Radical Alterity, and the Crip/Disabled Subject
Christopher Robert Jones

Bleeding Out: On the Use of Blood in Contemporary Art
Lydia Horne

I Will Not Be Purified
Sophie Strand


Endless Séance at Hi-Lo Press (in exile)
Noah Reyes

Tiger Strikes Asteroid at Mana Contemporary
Noah Hanna

Huguette Caland at The Drawing Center
Dina Ramadan

Chimurenga Library at Centre Pompidou
Mathilde Walker-Billaud

GLOSSARY: Corruption (adj.) (v.)
Gi (Ginny) Huo