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Absence Is Presence With Distance

By James Bayard


Prompting obvious considerations for freedom and nationalism, language and race, time, and decay, the work asks not only what it means to be an American today, but also, more broadly, what it means to be human—to breathe and act, to live and die

Topics: Installation, Foley, Performance, Art Practice, Audio Arts and Acoustics, Fine Arts, Other Arts and Humanities
Publisher: CUNY Academic Works
Year: 2017
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