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Structuring Roles and Gender Identities: Within Families Explaining Suicidal Behavior in South India

Lasrado, R.A. et al., (2016) Crisis.  DOI: 10.1027/0227-5910/a000379.

Abstract. Background: This paper examines the social structures, culture, gendered roles, and their implications for suicidal behavior in South India. 183 more words

Publication

SOCIALLY ENGAGED ART IS DEAD (Part Tw0): Who done it?

I claim socially engaged art is DEAD.  (Whether it ever lived or even existed beyond a category description is, of course, another question.)  The Art World is DEAD.  902 more words

Economics And Culture

SOCIALLY ENGAGED ART IS DEAD (Part One)

I Like America and America Likes Me, Joseph Beuys, 1974

THEY killed it.

Killed another word.

(Three words actually.)

Death by Art.

Slowly.

Slowly, THEY killed some words: 134 more words

Socially Engaged Art

Open Engagement: A Social Response | Temporary Art Review

Open Engagement 2015: A Social Response 

This is a compilation of responses to Open Engagement 2015, and offers some useful thinking as we create the parameters for our fellowship pilot program. 91 more words

Social Practice

Who speaks: The Power of Voice at Open Engagement 2016

Who speaks: The Power of Voice at Open Engagement 2016 

This is the first critical article I’ve read about last week’s Open Engagement conference. It’s written by Genevieve Quick, and artist from the Bay Area who articulates some of the troubling dynamics I also felt at the conference. 165 more words

Social Practice

#soilpractice + #socialpractice coordinates with (mostly) unrelated notes


Facebook comment of mine:

And thus the arts are subjugated to the disastrous apparatus constructed by the Enlightenment cleaving of self/other. One of the most egregious examples of this is the forced submission of all manner of creative play to (linguistic) domination in the form of “criticality,” which is a technique of dissociation that replicates the very mistakes that its proponents seek to solve using it as a tool!

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