art quiz about shared theories shared theories and archetypes amp constructed communities protest and counter culture enter the anti space 1970 s and beyond A+ Writers |

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“Shared Theories and Archetypes” will examine multiple modes of the construction of complex cultural communities and art production, which have virtually redefined contemporary creative practice through the lens of the 1960’s counterculture movements.

“I do not wish to be an artist. I only wish that Art enables me to be.” Noah Purifoy

Noah Purifoy The Watts Towers Art Center, Los Angeles, CA; Rick Lowe, Project Row Houses, Houston TX; Theaster Gates, Dorchester Projects, Chicago IL; Mark Bradford, Art + Practice, Los Angeles, CA; Lily Yeh, Village of Arts and Humanities, Philadelphia, PA.


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“Culture is always changing, and the alternative task is to interpret that transformation. Dissatisfaction with the ordinary art world is the motive, to create another dimension in which different cultural trends are produced …” (Links to an external site.)

The gathering storm of marginalized communities and the New York School: Exit Art, Fashion Moda, Colab, Group Material, Act-Up, and Gran Fury.


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