Review: Mudman: The Odyssey of Kim Jones
Mudman: The Odyssey of Kim Jones Sandra Q. Firmin and Julie Joyce, Editors MIT Press Street: 04.01 Mudman is the typical excursion into art history. Frimin and Joyce collect four essays that try to penetrate and understand the varied and vast artwork of Kim Jones. Each essay focuses on a different aspect of the dually
Review: The Story of Cruel & Unusual
The Story of Cruel & Unusual Colin Dayan Boston Review/MIT Press Street: 04.30 The story of the eighth amendment prohibits cruel and unusual punishment and is taken from the English Bill of Rights. While seemingly straightforward in its lay representation (not excessive punishment in light of the crime), Colin Dayan in her concise, erudite and
Review: The Beautiful Language of My Century: Reinventing the Language...
The Beautiful Language of My Century: Reinventing the Language of Contestion in Postwar France, 1945-1968 Tom McDonough MIT Press Street: 03.30 In The Beautiful Language of My Century, Tom McDonough has his work cut out for him as the topic of the Situationist International and the May ’68 riots are an over-bloated subject. But what