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Locating Irony: Ragnar Kjartansson’s Blossoming Trees Performance

by Elizabeth Keto, Harvard College Originally published in the 2017 edition. Nothing in art is so true that its opposite cannot be made even truer. —Leo Steinberg “Irony, be gone,” declared Adam Weinberg, director of the Whitney Museum of American Art,

Locating Irony: Ragnar Kjartansson’s Blossoming Trees Performance

by Elizabeth Keto, Harvard College Originally published in the 2017 edition. Nothing in art is so true that its opposite cannot be made even truer. —Leo Steinberg “Irony, be gone,” declared Adam Weinberg, director of the Whitney Museum of American Art,

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2017

The Expanded Landscape For the second edition of JAC, we asked writers and artists to rethink landscapes—sociopolitical, natural, digital, pictorial, psychological, contemporary. How might landscapes become immaterial? What are the contours and limits of real or virtual frontiers? In the

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2017

The Expanded Landscape For the second edition of JAC, we asked writers and artists to rethink landscapes—sociopolitical, natural, digital, pictorial, psychological, contemporary. How might landscapes become immaterial? What are the contours and limits of real or virtual frontiers? In the

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2016

Bodies in Digital Space The idea of the cognitariat, and of the “cognitarian” as a member of the cognitariat, is connected to the idea that during the last years, perhaps the last decade, we lost touch with our body—with our

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2016

Bodies in Digital Space The idea of the cognitariat, and of the “cognitarian” as a member of the cognitariat, is connected to the idea that during the last years, perhaps the last decade, we lost touch with our body—with our