The MIT Press (1996), Edition: paperback / softback, Paperback, 299 pages
After the dominant models of art-as-text in the 1970s and are now witness to a return to the real - to art and theory that seek to be grounded in bodies and sites, identities and communities.
299 p.; 7 inches
Original publication date
0262561077 / 9780262561075
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