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Elizabeth Parke
Elizabeth Parke is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Art at the University of Toronto. She examines the relationships among contemporary Chinese art, urban planning, and visual culture. Her research approach is transdisciplinary, and she uses methodologies from art history, cinema studies, urban geography, and visual anthropology. Her dissertation, “Infrastructures of Critique: Art and Visual Culture in Contemporary Beijing (1978–2008),” establishes the influence of urban planning on Chinese art production by drawing parallels between artistic practices and representations of infrastructure and the capital’s historical and contemporary urban infrastructure.
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The Art of Archiving: A Conversation with
Karen Smith

Volume 12, Number 1, January/February 2013
by Elizabeth Parke
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