Andrew V. Uroskie "Elective Intimacies: Beyond the Thunderdome"   Notes and Citations

[1] It was also quite a dramatic turn away from the previous Biennial curated by the NYC art/fashion collective DIS, which had been roundly criticized for its spectacular shock-tactics and commodity-fetishist vocabulary.

[2] Kelly has specifically referenced the importance of the 1986 book Showing Our Colors: Afro-German Women Speak Out by Katharina Oguntoye, May Opitz and Dagmar Schultz in its studious examination of 20th century Afro-German history.

[3] This populist concern apparently extends to their mode of distribution – both artists have made their works freely available through the video-sharing site Vimeo.

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