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Elise Armani

is a New York-based curator, writer, and art historian. She has contributed to curatorial projects at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Walker Art Center, and the Weisman Art Museum. Her recent exhibitions include More, More, More (Tank Shanghai, 2020), Body Ego (Dallas Museum of Art, 2018), and Cultivating the Garden (Walker Art Center, 2017). She is currently teaching and working towards her Ph.D. in the Department of Art History and Criticism at Stony Brook University.

In Conversation

Elise Armani with Piotr Szyhalski

Piotr Szyhalski is a Polish-born, US-based artist. Trained in Poland as a poster designer, Szyhalski has been living in Minneapolis since 1994, where he teaches at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. In 1998, Szyhalski began Labor Camp, an ongoing artistic framework that transcends medium and encapsulates his layered practice of performance, musical scores, printed ephemera, pedagogy, and media art.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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