A History of Limits

2016, Mar 18 — 19

On the Architecture of Canon Narratives
Conference

The critique and deconstruction of the modern canon has shaped both artistic practice and theory over the past three decades. However, the canon is not just an instrument of institutional power. It is also a means to create forms of literacy and historical consciousness.

To project

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The Museum in Exile

A History of Limits On the Architecture of Canon Narratives 2016, Mar 18-19

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Inversions: When narratives become Institutions

A History of Limits On the Architecture of Canon Narratives 2016, Mar 18-19

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Limits: Hallucinating the Canon

A History of Limits On the Architecture of Canon Narratives 2016, Mar 18-19

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A History of Limits | Frameworks and Narrative Architectures

A History of Limits On the Architecture of Canon Narratives 2016, Mar 18-19

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Frameworks and Narrative Architectures | The Confines of the Unlimited by Mark Wigley

A History of Limits On the Architecture of Canon Narratives 2016, Mar 18-19

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Limits: Hallucinating the Canon | T for Tiger, T for Theodolite by Ho Tzu Nyen

A History of Limits On the Architecture of Canon Narratives 2016, Mar 18-19

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Frameworks and Narrative Architectures | The Man in the Background by Lene Berg

A History of Limits On the Architecture of Canon Narratives 2016, Mar 18-19