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Universalizing and Activating: Nalini Malani in the Words of Mieke Bal

Cultural theorist Mieke Bal discusses her writing devoted to Nalini Malani's Shadow Plays, multi-dimensional artworks that draw from different cinematic technologies and disparate repositories of images.

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Mieke Bal

Professor of Theory of Literature Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis Mieke Bal, a renowned cultural theorist and critic, is based at the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA), University of Amsterdam. Her areas of interest range... Read more »
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Sarah Lookofsky

Associate Director, International Program The Museum of Modern Art Sarah Lookofsky joined the The Museum of Modern Art in March 2014. Prior to working at MoMA, she was a faculty member and the instructor for curatorial studies at the... Read more »
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Universalizing and Activating: Nalini Malani in the Words of Mieke Bal

Cultural theorist Mieke Bal discusses her writing devoted to Nalini Malani's Shadow Plays, multi-dimensional artworks that draw from different cinematic technologies and disparate repositories of images.

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Cultural theorist Mieke Bal discusses her writing devoted to Nalini Malani's Shadow Plays, multi-dimensional artworks that draw from different cinematic technologies and disparate repositories of images.

Mieke Bal in Conversation with Sarah Lookofsky

Mieke Bal in Conversation with Sarah Lookofsky
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