Mapping Mindsets

September 2004
Art Papers Magazine;Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p34
An interview with conceptual artist Adrian Piper is presented. When asked about how works of art can move audiences that have different conceptualization of race, he stresses that the advantage in making objects is its uniqueness which can be conceptualized and categorized in many different ways depending on the viewer's conceptual framework. He compares his racialized experiences to the artistic space of the art world. His views on racism are also discussed.


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