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ART WORK at Carnegie Mellon University’s Miller Gallery, Feb. 1-28

A National Conversation About Art, Labor, and Economics
Through Feb. 28, 2010

Newspaper + Website Contributors:
Temporary Services, Julia Bryan-Wilson, Lize Mogel, Holland Cotter, Anonymous, Jen Abrams, Louise Ma, Carl Tashian, Rich Watts, Caroline Woolard, Nicolas Lampert, Robin Hewlett, Gregory Sholette, Harrell Fletcher, Scott Berzofsky + John Duda for The City From Below Organizers, InCUBATE, Linda Frye Burnham, Chris Kennedy, Tim Kerr, Nato Thompson, FEAST, Dan S. Wang, Nance Klehm, ILSSA Co-Operators, Cooley Windsor and Futurefarmers, Brian Holmes, Adam Trowbridge + Jessica Westbrook, Nick Tobier, Lolita Hernandez, Stacy Malasky, Nate Mullen, Aaron Timlin, W.A.G.E., Dylan A.T. Miner, Anthony Elms, Carolina Caycedo, Guerrilla Art Action Group, 16 Beaver Group, Damon Rich, W&N, Teaching Artist Union, Harold Jefferies, Marc Herbst and Christina Ulke for the Journal of Aesthetics & Protest Editorial Collective

For the month of February the Miller Gallery displays and distributes Art Work: A National Conversation About Art, Labor, and Economics, a free newspaper that consists of writings and images from artists, activists, writers, critics, and others on the topic of working within depressed economies and how that impacts artistic process, compensation, and artistic property.

Art Work was produced by Temporary Services, a Chicago-based group composed of Brett Bloom, Salem Collo-Julin and Marc Fischer. Temporary Services produces exhibitions, events, projects, and publications. “Our name directly reflects the desire to provide art as a service to others. It is a way for us to pay attention to the social context in which art is produced and received.”

Miller Gallery

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