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Between Our Selves: Conversations on Race and Representation

In Self-Representation in an Expanded Field, , Ed.


The promise of self portraiture is that we can see ourselves and be seen as queer, women, non-binary, and people of color. Racialized and gendered bodies can also be rendered objects and spectacles in their representation. This essay and interview by Sita Kuratomi Bhaumik in conversation with artists Patrick “Pato” Hebert and David Lydell Jones, is a dialogue between artists of color that contends with the problems and possibilities of self representation.
Self-Representation in an Expanded Field
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Self-Representation in an Expanded Field

Ace Lehner
, Ed.
Published: May 2021
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