Week 10 module 11 discussion forum

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This week I would like you to post any question (or questions) you have about ideas/issues/artists that are covering this week (in readings or lectures), being as clear as you can be with your questions. This may mean that you explain your question, and why you are posing the question, in a short (2-5 sentences) paragraph. Before you post, please read the posts of others so as to avoid repetition. Then, for your response post, please do your best to answer the question posed by one of the other students. I will chime in if needed to clarify, so don’t worry about getting your answer “wrong.” You are welcome to respond to multiple questions, and may “add on” to a response by another student.

Viedo to watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vGAnpRfwp4

AH 270: Art/Identity/Politics

LG 8: Week 9, Module 10: Contemporary American Indian Art and Postcolonialism

Fred Wilson: Views from Mining the Museum (1992-93)

–The Contemporary, The Maryland Historical Society

–Harriet Tubman, Benjamin Banneker, Frederick Douglas

James Luna: Artifact Piece (1987), The Drinking Piece (1986), Four Sacred Colors

(1992), Before Columbus/After Columbus; Half Indian/Half Mexican (1992), Petroglyphs in Motion (2000), I’ve Always Wanted To Be an American Indian (1992)

Jimmie Durham: Self Portrait Pretending To Be Rrose Selavy (1994), Bedia’s First

Basement (1985), Selections from On Loan from the Museum of the American Indian(1986: Self Portrait, Current Trends in Indian Land Ownership, Pocahantas’s Underwear, Types of Arrows, Daggers), I Forgot What I Was Going to Say (1992)

–Indian Arts and Crafts Act (1990)

Brian Jungen: Nike Masks (1998-2005), Red Cedar Pallets (2005), Furniture Sculpture

(2006), Shapeshifter (2002), Beer Cooler (2005)

Institutional critique

“white cube”

Postcolonialism, neocolonialism

Salvage paradigm (James Clifford)

“Authenticity is a racist concept which functions to keep us enclosed in ‘our world’ (in our place) for the comfort of a dominant society.”

“What I want them to know is that they can’t know.”

J. Durham


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