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Matthew Angelo Harrison on “wrong history,” distance, and objective identity

 

Post-identity artist Matthew Angelo Harrison discusses how growing up with the “wrong history” and “books from a half-assed history class” inspired his practice, the significance of distance in his work, and how approaching identity from an objective perspective transcends the physical self. Also, ICA Miami asks: “What’s the significance of the bones in the corner of the studio?”

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