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Subject to Change

Writings and Interviews

A diverse collection of writings by contemporary Canadian artist Liz Magor that offers a new way to understand her work.

Subject to Change presents catalog statements, essays, interviews, lecture notes, communications with gallerists and authors, and unpublished and out-of-print writings by Liz Magor, one of the most important contemporary artists of the last fifty years. As a writer, Magor uses narrative to make sense of her work, but she also turns and returns to themes over her career including subject/object relations and transformations; artist education and training; consumption and commodification; human attachment and relationships; and complexities of time, place, and situation, particularly her own as a feminist artist in a settler-colonial society. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in Magor’s practice, as well as the history of Canadian art since the 1970s.

290 pages | illustrated in color throughout | 7 x 9 | © 2022

Art: Canadian Art

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