Critique in the Age of Political Art

Following the conversation and brainstorming that started during and after their talk at the CCA, Noah Simblist and Leah Abir invite you to take part in a 3 hour seminar exploring the possible critical modes that art can and should take today and the models of critique that we can use to evaluate politically and socially engaged practices.

Bring any lingering questions, comments as well as examples of texts, artworks or political projects that might be useful for the conversation and meet us at CCA this Monday, July 29 at 6pm. Free Entrance!

*Suggested reading: Judith Butler’s “What is Critique?” and her recent interview

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