Blood and art: Artist compares museums to cannibals
Published 10/27/2010, INFORUM
In her Plains Art Museum show, “Vore,” Andrea Carlson uses a shocking comparison – museums to cannibalism. Carlson uses images, though not graphic ones, inspired by the mondo exploitation films of the 1960s as a metaphor for museums’ hunger for cultural artifacts, even through ill-gotten means.Word count: 664
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