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Dore Bowen

Research Professor of Art, Art History & Visual Studies
Art, Art History & Visual Studies
Box 90766, Durham, NC 27708
A287B Bay 9 Smith Warehouse, 114 South Buchanan Blvd., Durham, NC 27708

Selected Publications


A Tribute to William Graham Anthony (1934-2022)

Other Brooklyn Rail · April 2023 A Tribute to the artist William Anthony ... Link to item Cite

The Art of the Anthropological Diorama: Franz Boas, Arthur C. Parker, and Constructing Authenticity, by Noémie Étienne

Other Panorama: Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art · October 11, 2022 Review of The Art of the Anthropological Diorama: Franz Boas, Arthur C. Parker, and Constructing Authenticity, by Noémie Étienne ... Link to item Cite

Their Porous Body: On Bruce Nauman’s San Jose Installation, Infrastructure, and the Experience of Time

Chapter · May 4, 2021 This book analyses this modification of perception through phenomenological approaches convoking Husserl, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, as well as Levinas, Depraz, and the neuroscientist Varela. ... Cite

Paper Airplanes: An Interview with Akram Zaatari—Artist, Archivist and Curator

Chapter · June 23, 2020 "The spectrum of contemporary nonfiction films from the MENA region is huge, as can be seen from a cursory glance at the catalogs of many international and local festivals. ... Open Access Cite

Lydia Ourahmane @ CCA Wattis

Other Square Cylinder · March 2, 2020 Exhibition Review ... Link to item Cite

"Slant Step Forward" at Verge Center for the Arts

Other Art in America · January 2020 Exhibition Review ... Link to item Cite

Bruce Nauman Spatial Encounters

Book · January 8, 2019 The first book devoted solely to Bruce Nauman’s corridors and other architectural installations, Bruce Nauman: Spatial Encounters deftly explores the significance of these works in the development of his singular art practice, examining ... ... Cite

Bruce Nauman: Disappearing Acts at MOMA and MOMA/PS1

Other Art in America · January 2019 Exhibition Review ... Link to item Cite

Une belle banalité : entretien avec Dan Graham

Journal Article Culture et Musees · December 31, 2018 Full text Open Access Cite

On the site of her own exclusion: strategizing queer feminist art history

Chapter · 2016 While feminist art history and queer theory both have a strong presence in academic discourse, there is no clear existing queer feminist art history. This book examines how and why this is the case. ... Cite

Fluxus

Chapter · 2014 Surveys "the full breadth of critical thought on art, culture, and society --from classical philosophy to contemporary critical theory"; includes coverage of international aesthetics, modern aesthetics, new media such as computer art, and ... ... Link to item Cite

The Diorama Effect: Gas, Politics, and Opera in the 1825 Paris Diorama

Journal Article Intermedialites / Intermediality · 2014 The diorama on the rue Sanson in Paris (1822–39) created a blended image by rotating the auditorium between two tableaux, each painted back and front and illuminated with colored light to create a sense of animation. What I call the “diorama effect” is the ... Full text Cite

This Bridge Called Imagination: On Reading the Arab Image Foundation and Its Collection

Journal Article In Visible Culture: an electronic journal for visual culture · 2008 Link to item Cite

The Function of Dysfunction

Journal Article Switch · 2007 Link to item Cite

A Tribute to William Graham Anthony (1934-2022)

Other Brooklyn Rail · April 2023 A Tribute to the artist William Anthony ... Link to item Cite

The Art of the Anthropological Diorama: Franz Boas, Arthur C. Parker, and Constructing Authenticity, by Noémie Étienne

Other Panorama: Journal of the Association of Historians of American Art · October 11, 2022 Review of The Art of the Anthropological Diorama: Franz Boas, Arthur C. Parker, and Constructing Authenticity, by Noémie Étienne ... Link to item Cite

Their Porous Body: On Bruce Nauman’s San Jose Installation, Infrastructure, and the Experience of Time

Chapter · May 4, 2021 This book analyses this modification of perception through phenomenological approaches convoking Husserl, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, as well as Levinas, Depraz, and the neuroscientist Varela. ... Cite

Paper Airplanes: An Interview with Akram Zaatari—Artist, Archivist and Curator

Chapter · June 23, 2020 "The spectrum of contemporary nonfiction films from the MENA region is huge, as can be seen from a cursory glance at the catalogs of many international and local festivals. ... Open Access Cite

Lydia Ourahmane @ CCA Wattis

Other Square Cylinder · March 2, 2020 Exhibition Review ... Link to item Cite

"Slant Step Forward" at Verge Center for the Arts

Other Art in America · January 2020 Exhibition Review ... Link to item Cite

Bruce Nauman Spatial Encounters

Book · January 8, 2019 The first book devoted solely to Bruce Nauman’s corridors and other architectural installations, Bruce Nauman: Spatial Encounters deftly explores the significance of these works in the development of his singular art practice, examining ... ... Cite

Bruce Nauman: Disappearing Acts at MOMA and MOMA/PS1

Other Art in America · January 2019 Exhibition Review ... Link to item Cite

Une belle banalité : entretien avec Dan Graham

Journal Article Culture et Musees · December 31, 2018 Full text Open Access Cite

On the site of her own exclusion: strategizing queer feminist art history

Chapter · 2016 While feminist art history and queer theory both have a strong presence in academic discourse, there is no clear existing queer feminist art history. This book examines how and why this is the case. ... Cite

Fluxus

Chapter · 2014 Surveys "the full breadth of critical thought on art, culture, and society --from classical philosophy to contemporary critical theory"; includes coverage of international aesthetics, modern aesthetics, new media such as computer art, and ... ... Link to item Cite

The Diorama Effect: Gas, Politics, and Opera in the 1825 Paris Diorama

Journal Article Intermedialites / Intermediality · 2014 The diorama on the rue Sanson in Paris (1822–39) created a blended image by rotating the auditorium between two tableaux, each painted back and front and illuminated with colored light to create a sense of animation. What I call the “diorama effect” is the ... Full text Cite

This Bridge Called Imagination: On Reading the Arab Image Foundation and Its Collection

Journal Article In Visible Culture: an electronic journal for visual culture · 2008 Link to item Cite

The Function of Dysfunction

Journal Article Switch · 2007 Link to item Cite

Hysteria and the Helio-trope: On Bodies, Gender and the Photograph

Journal Article Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism · 1999 Link to item Cite

Exquisite Correspondence: A Dialogue with Whitney Chadwick

Journal Article Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism · 1999 Full text Link to item Cite