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tabsir , June 4th, 2021
There is a new exhibit on Iran at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London through 12 September. If you cannot make it to the exhibition, there is…
tabsir , March 10th, 2021
In 1928 my mother, who was 6 years old at the time, received a coloring book from a neighbour. It was called “Big Circus Painting and Crayoning Book”…
Uzma , March 19th, 2019
Images and notes overwhelmed my various forms of media: I was flooded with New Zealand. My heart was flooded, my being was flooded, and I knew, once again,…
Christian Vannier , August 6th, 2018
In Ghana, the creative culture and the contemporary art sphere is in a period of exponential growth and reconfiguration. Across Accra and Kumasi, the contemporary creative scene has…
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Wade Wallerstein , March 25th, 2018
Like many other London institutions seeking to shore up against an ever-rising digital tide, the Serpentine Galleries have announced a new annual “Digital Seasons” initiative that will recognize…
Gabriele , September 12th, 2017
Not all experimentation is ethnographic. Not all ethnography is experimental. The intersection of ethnography and experimentation collapses into a black hole with a fluctuating event horizon, swallo…
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Uzma Z. Rizvi , October 26th, 2016
What makes something culturally relevant in a local context? Recently, I have been thinking a lot about the relationship between form, aesthetics, and belonging. In my own archaeological…
tabsir , May 20th, 2015
Newsweek has an interesting article by Christiane Gruber, an associate professor and director of graduate studies at the University of Michigan, about Muslim cartoons against ISIS. Check it…
Haidy Geismar , April 24th, 2015
Jane Yoonjeong Rhee, Slade School of Fine Art, UCL “The Social Museum is a democratic space of civil society that envisions a neutral zone of values. We begin…