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“Rain Room” and Its Racial Implications

Written by MA+P staff member Jena Carter Standing in line for Rain Room at LACMA, I was extremely excited. A friend and I were the third and fourth people to get in line for our group (we were a good ten minutes early). A few minutes later, a group of three—two women and a man—joined […]

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‘Tampoon’ by iMAP’s Jeanne Jo selected for Slamdance 2016!

Congratulations to iMAP PhD candidate Jeanne Jo, whose horror-comedy short Tampoon was selected for the Narrative Shorts Program at Slamdance 2016! Slamdance’s full lineup for the 2016 festival was recently presented in an article by Indiewire. Tampoon was also selected in October as part of NewFilmmakers NY Second Short Film Program thematically titled dating issues […]

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Norman Klein: Excavating Narrative Forms

This spring, MA+P will welcome acclaimed author, scholar and cultural theorist Norman Klein into our community as he oversees a research initiative titled Archaeologies of the Present: Excavating Narrative Forms After the End of Globalization, 1997-2050. Through an investigation of key moments in the past – the 1890s, the 1920s and the subaltern crises of […]

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