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/ RACHAEL RAKES
View of Rosalind Nashashibi’s “Two Tribes,” Murray Guy, New York, 2016.
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Rachael Rakes

Ever-regenerating discussions in mainstream documentary discourse pit form in opposition to function. It is still commonly understood that utility and representable actuality risk becoming diluted or confused by formal invention or experimentation with narrative structure. This reasoning foregrounds a perpetuating valuation in the inherent power of the documentary as a... continue reading
Wu Tsang

CLIFTON BENEVENTO, New York

Wu Tsang with Fred Moten, Miss Communication and Mr:Re, 2014.
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Rachael Rakes

Wu Tsang’s work employs the fruits of creative human exchange as both a subject and a method. Whether engaging with various facets of queer community (Wildness, 2012, and A Day in the Life of Bliss, 2014), or previously unfamiliar subjectivities (The Shape of a Right Statement, 2008, based on a... continue reading

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