Through both writing and visual art, Frances Stark has produced candid and affecting work about language, doubt, failure, and creative anxiety for over two decades. Stark’s writings stand as a self-reflexive inquiry into the process of artistic production, as well as the often-elided demands of daily life. Frances Stark: This could become a gimick [sic] or an honest articulation of the workings of the mind, published on the occasion of her 2010–2011 exhibition at the MIT List Visual Arts Center, features a selection of the artist’s writings from 1997–2006, with margin notes by João Ribas.
170 pages, b/w
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