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Published: Susanna Newbury
Susanna Newbury (Art) has published a lead essay in Incendiary Traces, the catalog accompanying an exhibition on view at the Pomona College Museum of Art through May 14. Her essay, "The Intimate Technology of Remote Vision," addresses the visual rhetoric of remote warfare from the work of the 18th and 19th century artist Francisco de Goya to that of artists framing U.S. reception of perpetual war in Iraq, Afghanistan, and across the Middle East since 1990. She will be an invited scholar lecturing on this material at Pomona College on Feb. 23.
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