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Katy Siegel spoke about culture's effects on technology and art on November 8.
"Since the late nineteenth century, artists have absorbed the lessons of technology and then presented them to us as a taste of our own medicine." – Katy Siegel, ArtForum, 2000
Art historian, curator and critic Katy Siegel, PhD deconstructs contemporary art quickly and cleanly, rooting out the cultural references that give a work resonance. An assistant professor of art at Hunter College, New York, Siegel's thoughts on technology, art and culture are found frequently in the nation's top magazines. She is also a frequent author of articles for the highly respected and well read ArtForum magazine.
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Another article written for ArtForum magazine.
Essay written by Katy Siegel for an exhibition of paintings.
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Read one of Katy Siegel's articles written for ArtForum magazine.