96 – Conflict

Spring / Summer 2019

What forms of discourse emerge from art practices and works that deal with war and conflict? Is there a narrative stance that is particular to works and exhibitions that narrate, criticize, or analyze conflict? And by extension, since conflict is not limited to wars, how do artists and curators bear witness to social unrest, struggles, and the inequalities derived from racism and colonialism? These are some of the questions that issue 96 addresses.



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