Matthew Angelo Harrison

Title: 
Matthew Angelo Harrison
Authors: 
Taylor Renee Aldridge, Natalie Bell, Jessica Bell Brown, DeForrest Brown Jr., Elena Filipovic, Matthew Angelo Harrison
Produced/published by: 
MIT Press, Kunsthalle Basel, and MIT List Visual Arts Center
Publishing year: 
2021
Edited by: 
Natalie Bell and Elena Filipovic
Publishing house: 
MIT Press, Cambridge, US
Designed by: 
Practise
Printed by: 
Die Keure
Printed in: 
Belgium
Languages: 
English
Dimensions and weight: 
29.8 (H) x 20.6 (W) x 2.1 (D) cm, 1.12 kg
ISBN/ISSN: 
978-0-262-04598-8
Price: 
42 CHF / 33.60 CHF for members (excl. packaging and transport costs)
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A first monograph on Matthew Angelo Harrison, generously illustrated with color photographs of the artist’s work and new scholarly contributions. Published by MIT Press in conjunction with two major solo exhibitions, at Kunsthalle Basel and MIT List Visual Art Center, the publication includes an introduction by MIT List curator Natalie Bell, essays by art historian Jessica Bell Brown and Kunsthalle Basel director Elena Filipovic, as well as a conversation between Harrison and musician and theorist DeForrest Brown, Jr., led by curator Taylor Renee Aldridge. Together these contributions trace the legacies of racism and colonialism in Harrison’s work, parsing its reflections on labor, technology, thingliness, modernism, and minimalism.