Volume 2, Number 1, January 2017

Table of Contents

Editors’ Statement

p. 1
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Interview

Objects and Identities: An Interview with Fred Wilson

pp. 3-28
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Forum

Editors’ Forum: WHAT IS A QUESTION?

pp. 29-30
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What is a Question?

pp. 30-31
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What is a Question?

pp. 31-32
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What is a Question?

pp. 32-34
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What is a Question?

pp. 34-36
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What is a Question?

pp. 36-39
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What is a Question?

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What is a Question?

pp. 40-42
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What is a Question?

pp. 42-43
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What is a Question?

pp. 43-44
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What is a Question?

pp. 44-45
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What is a Question?: (FOR FORMCONTENT)

pp. 45-46
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What is a Question?

pp. 46-47
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What is a Question?

pp. 47-48
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Dialogue

To Look Is To Think: A Conversation with Brian Dailey

pp. 49-70
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Articles

A War of Colors: Beirut Street Art and the Reclamation of Public Space

pp. 71-104
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A Genealogy of Rasquache and Camp: Luis Alfaro and the Royal Chicano Air Force

pp. 105-129
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Feeling the Grid: Lorna Simpson’s Concrete Abstraction

pp. 131-155
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Cluster

Dissonant Communities in Contemporary Latinx Art

pp. 157-159
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“The Shuffle of the City Finally Becomes Us”: The Corporality of Place in the Poetry of Urayoán Noel

pp. 161-181
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The Picasso of the Rio Grande Valley (Wait, or is That Foucault?): Pondering the Wickedly Ciphered, Frontera-Inflected Paintings of Izel Vargas, Artist/Painter & Television Kidnap Victim!

pp. 183-197
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Re-Contextualized Carnivals: A Brazilian Art Form in the Global Spaces of Festivalization

pp. 199-219
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