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The ÉVASION panel discussion explored the themes of the exhibition: Possibilities for artistic and curatorial strategies of ‘critique’, understanding the critical, political art exhibition as itself thoroughly implicated in neo-liberal processes, the apparatus of competition, commodification, self-exploitation within the art world with specific address to questions of gender.\ud 'Post-Feminism and Beyond', Angela McRobbie.\ud 'Possibilities for Wit and Irony in a relentlessly ironic culture', Ian Hunt. \ud 'Strategies for self-determination', Mark Harris.\ud 'Nicholas Cullinan Reads W', Nicholas Cullinan.\ud 'Flirting with Feminism', Monika Szewczyk.\ud All papers published in ‘Alison Jones & Milly Thompson C21ST RECENT HISTORY’, 2016
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