This edition in the Drawing Papers series documents Curtis Talwst Santiago's Can't I Alter, an immersive, drawing-filled installation that explores the theme of ancestry and the necessity of preserving the past while acknowledging the fallacies implicit in historical recollection. A specially-commissioned photographic exhibition tour accompanies new scholarship by curator Claire Gilman, a revealing conversation between the artist and collector Kenneth Montague, and a powerful contribution by the 2020 PEN/ Nabakov Award-winning writer M. NourbeSe Philip.
- Year 2020
- Contributors Claire Gilman, Isabella Kapur, Kenneth Montague, M. NourbeSe Philip
- Artists Curtis Talwst Santiago
- Binding Paperback
Curtis Talwst Santiago: Can't I Alter