Darby English

5 May 2021

Narrativity and Silence

The Seminar will be an opportunity to think and talk together about the present compulsion to narrate (in and around art), the emphasis on story and storytelling (again, in and around art), and the dimensions of art that narrativity fails to capture.

Required Reading:

1994 essay by Louise Glück

Price’s work at the Greene Naftali website. 

Darby English teaches art history and cultural studies at the University of Chicago and is Visiting Professor in the UCLA School of Art.