Graduate Activities: Debora Faccion and Alex Feim at “Sites of Decay”

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Gordon Matta-Clark, Bingo, 1974. Building fragments: painted wood, metal, plaster, and glass, three sections, Overall 69″ x 25′ 7″ x 10″ (175.3 x 779.8 x 25.4 cm).

This weekend, graduate students Debora Faccion and Alex Feim will participate in Literature, Politics, and Aesthetics: Sites of Decay, the eighth annual graduate conference presented by the Binghamton University Department of Comparative Literature. Their talks are titled, respectively, “Micropolitics of Pixaçāo: Negotiating the Aesthetics of Destruction in the Art World” and “Entangled Durations: Gordon Matta Clark’s Bingo.” For more information and the conference program, click here.

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