In the Purple examines the relationship between consumer, commodity, and object transformation. Randall focuses on the symbolism and historical implication of basic consumer objects to identify the notion of obsolescence, visual decay, and materiality.Find out more »
Michael imagines the history of gay men living in rural New England between the Stonewall Uprising in 1969 and the death of Rock Hudson by AIDS in 1985. Specifically, Kelley imagines the history of his uncle, Michael, an artist and gay man who was found dead at the base of a rock ledge, a presumed suicide, in 1985, shortly after the first test for HIV antibody was licensed by the Food and Drug Administration.Find out more »
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