|Title||A Series of Open Questions Vol. 1: Where are the tiny revolts?|
|Author(s)/Editor(s)||Jeanne Gerrity, Anthony Huberman|
|Dimensions||110 x 180 mm|
Texts by SARA AHMED, NICOLE ARCHER, GEORGES BATAILLE, DODIE BELLAMY, MICHELE CARLSON, THOMAS CLERC, COMBAHEE RIVER COLLECTIVE, BOB FLANAGAN, URSULA K. LE GUIN, JOHANNA HEDVA, GLEN HELFAND, JULIANA HUXTABLE, ALEX KITNICK, JULIA KRISTEVA, AUDRE LORDE, LISA ROBERTSON
Contributions by MARCELA PARDO ARIZA, JUSTIN G. BINEK, KAUCYILA BROOKE, TAMMY RAE CARLAND, MARY BETH EDELSON, MIKE KUCHAR, ANNE MCGUIRE, PATRICK STAFF, FRANCES STARK, ROSEMARIE TROCKEL
Driven by the central question “What are we learning from artists today?” the first volume of the new series edited by Anthony Huberman and Jeanne Gerrity at the CCA Wattis, A Series of Open Questions, is informed by themes found in the work of Dodie Bellamy, such as contemporary forms of feminism and sexuality, the rebirth of the author, and ways in which vulnerability, perversion, vulgarity, and self-exposure can be forms of empowerment. Where are the tiny revolts? comprises a broad array of contributions, including memoir, theoretical essay, art-historical analysis, poetry, and fiction, as well as diverse visual elements, ranging from photographs by Anne McGuire and Mike Kuchar, among others, collages by Mary Beth Edelson, and drawings by Rosemarie Trockel.