For a long time, similarity was out of fashion. Difference was in and likeness was out; comparisons were odious. To see or assert likeness, the thinking went, was tantamount to denying irrefutable factual differences, often ones related to identity and … Continue reading “Jonathan Flatley’s Like Andy Warhol“
Homay King is professor of history of art and co-founder of the program in film studies at Bryn Mawr College. She is the author of Virtual Memory: Time-based Art and the Dream of Digitality (2015), which won the SCMS Anne Friedberg Award of Distinction, and Lost in Translation: Orientalism, Cinema, and the Enigmatic Signifier (2010), an inspiration for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s China: Through the Looking Glass. Her essays on film, contemporary art, and theory have appeared in Afterall, Criticism, Discourse, Film Quarterly, October, Qui Parle, and elsewhere. She is a member of the Camera Obscura editorial collective.