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Brazier Free

These artists combine an innovative use of social forms and gestures with a very focused sense of political inquiry. While they are not “political” in terms of activism, their interest lies in the narration of highly specific moments of social and economic power set in a context of globalization. At times, this included an examination of the artists’ own power, which leads to a very complex set of works. Ted Purves, Professor of Social Practice and chair of the MFA Fine Arts Program, California College of the Arts.