• Andrea Fraser / Lecture at ICA LA

    Sunday, March 11, 2018 3 - 5pm Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles
    1717 E 7th Street, Los Angeles, California 90021

    Andrea Fraser presents this lecture in conjunction with her essay for X-TRA, “Toward a Reflexive Resistance.” in which she considers the structural positions of the Left and Right in relation to cultural capital and power in the wake of the elections of 2016.  The essay discusses how artists and arts institutions both challenge and reinforce established relations of power, and the importance of critical reflexivity in the face of complex forms of domination. 

    Thanks to our host, ICA LA!
    This event is free and open to the public, but we ask that you RSVP here>> 

    Reception to follow the lecture.

    This program is part of X-TRA’s Artist Writes series, commissioned essays and lectures by A.L. Steiner, Andrea Fraser, Martine Syms, and Pope.L. Artist Writes is grounded in X-TRA’s mission to provide a platform for artists to define their own terms of engagement and to make meaningful contributions to the fields of criticism and theory.

    Fraser’s essay is in printed in X-TRA Volume 20 number 2, and is available online here: http://x-traonline.org/article/artist-writes-no-2-toward-a-reflexive-resistance/

     

    About Andrea Fraser

    Andrea Fraser is an artist and professor of art at the University of California Los Angeles and the recipient of a 2017 Foundation of Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists Award. Her book 2016 in Museums, Money, and Politics, co-published by Westreich Wagner Publications, Wattis Institute of Contemporary Art, and MIT Press, is forthcoming in 2018.

    Support for this series has been generously provided by the Michael Asher Foundation, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Isambard Kingdom Brunel Society of North America, and Pasadena Art Alliance.

     

    Image courtesy the artist.

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