Color Field Notes

This Bridge Called My Back : writings by radical women of color / editors, Cherrie Moraga, Gloria Anzaldua foreword, Toni Cade Bambara 1st ed. Watertown, Mass Persephone Press l981

“This Bridge documents particular rites of passage. Coming of age and coming to terms with community – race, group, class, gender, self- its expectations, supports, and lessons. And coming to grips with its perversions – racism, prejudice, elitism, misogyny, homophobia, and murder.”


Amazonian Filmmaking Zoe Graham  Anthropology Now, Vol.6 No.1 (April 2014) pp.86-91

Three Decades of Amazonian Filmmaking A Retrospective Celebrating the Political and Cultural Activism of Video Nas Aldeias


Black Vernacular: Architecture as Cultural Practice  Bell Hooks Art on My Mind: Visual Politics. NY. The New Press. 1995. pp. 145-151

“Designing the house of my dreams in a high school art class, I did not think that any decisions I made were political. Indeed, every thought I had about the aesthetics of this project was rooted in imaginative fantasy.”


Matrices of Embodiment: Rethinking Binary and the Politics of Digital Representation Cadence Kinsey Signs Vol 39, No 4 (Summer 2014) pp. 897-925

“Recent discussions of computer-based artistic practices have tended to focus on the relationship between the real and the virtualinvoking this problematic binary even while they attempt to undo itand the destabilization of the referent in digital image production. In discussions related to computer technologies, the idea of code, and specifically binary, has been a central focus of critical attention as the common feature to all. Conceiving binary as a zero-sum game, an all-or-nothing form of representation, seemed to precipitate a crisis in theories of human-machine interactions in the mid-1990s.”


“Race” to the Future: Racial Politics in Latin America 2015 Mark Q. Sawyer Perspectives on Politics, Vol. 3, No. 3 (Sep., 2005), pp. 561-564

“W. E. B. DuBois’s famous line, “The problem of the twentieth century will be the problem of the color line,” applies to Latin America in the twenty- first century.’ What led us to this moment? And what tools does political science have to explain it?”


A Multi-dimensional Valley: A Study of Heterology in Contemporary China Fei Wang Difference Thresholds 35 MIT Press 2015

“From the perspective of contemporary China, it appears that almost everything one can imagine outside the culture is translatable, transformable, and copyable. But it is not so simple: the case of Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park (otherwise known as “China’s Silicon Valley”) in Shanghai, Pudong reveals a complex and multidimensional layering of international influence and innately Chinese traditions and politics.”


 

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