This article was developed for Arcadia_Missa’s second anthology, a record of the exhibitions and commissioned texts from the (networked) Every Whisper is A Crash on my Ears programme that took place throughout 2013. The programme was concerned with the art-work as representation of subjective experience (the political of the personal) within the intersecting conceptual frameworks defining art ‘after’ the network.
This article and interview in two parts looks at ‘prettiness’ in the work of Amalia Ulman, and how it intersects with questions of class, gender and taste.
Title: ‘Taste-y///There’s a Maggot in My Edamame’ An Essay and Interview in Two Parts
Journal or Book: (networked) Every Whisper is a Crash on My Ears
Publisher: Arcadia_Missa Publications