|서명/저자사항||Art, activism, and oppositionality [electronic resource]: essays from Afterimage/ edited by Grant H. Kester.|
|개인저자||Kester, Grant H.,editor.|
|발행사항||Durham [NC]: Duke University Press,1998.|
|형태사항||1 online resource (vi, 318 pages): illustrations.|
|기타형태 저록||Print version: Art, activism, and oppositionality. Durham [NC] : Duke University Press, 1998 0822320819 |
|서지주기||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|내용주기||Ongoing negotiations : Afterimage and the analysis of activist art / Grant H. Kester -- Enlightened self-interest : the avant-garde in the '80s / Richard Bolton -- White men can't program : the contradictions of multiculturalism / Darrell Moore -- Fantasies of oppositionality / Coco Fusco -- The mythology of difference : vulgar identity politics at the Whitney / Charles A. Wright, Jr. -- Theses on defunding / Martha Rosler -- Rhetorical questions : the alternative arts sector and the imaginary public / Grant H. Kester -- Whose multiculturalism? PBS, the public, and privilege / Mable Haddock and Chiquita Mullins Lee -- Video activism and critical pedagogy : sexuality at the end of the rainbow curriculum / Brian Goldfarb -- Cultural struggle and educational activism / David Trend -- Video, AIDS, and activism / Ann Cvetkovich -- Early newsreel : the construction of a political imaginary for the left / Michael Renov -- Interview with Adrian Piper / Maurice Berger -- Video and electoral appeal / Patricia Thomson -- Fetal tissue : reproductive rights and activist video / Patricia R. Zimmermann -- Olympia's maid : reclaiming Black female subjectivity / Lorraine O'Grady -- Fault lines : homophobic innovation in Gay rights, special rights / Ioannis Mookas.|
|요약||A collection of essays from the influential American journal of film, video and photography, exploring ideologies and institutions of the artworld; current media strategies for producing social change; and topics around gender, race and representation.|
|일반주제명||Arts --Political aspects --United States.|
Multiculturalism --United States.
Artists and community --United States.