Nina Valerie Kolowratnik

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PublisherThe Funambulist2014
This conversation with Nina Valerie Kolowratnik is divided into two parts. The first one consists in the description of her work to engage the dilemma that the Native American tribe of Jemez Pueblo faces in the lawsuit they filed against the United States to regain ownership over parts of their ancestral homeland in New Mexico. The dilemma for the tribe consists in either documenting and revealing their use of the land and the secret ritual practices linked to it, or not being able to produce any valid proof for the standards of a Western court. Her architectural expertise allows Nina ...
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PublisherThe Avery Review2019
Caitlin Blanchfield and Nina Valerie Kolowratnik explore cartographies and counter-cartographies of surveillance in the Tohono O’odham Nation; Yuki Higashino retraces the transnational/transhistorical sprawl of the Bauhaus on display at HKW; Reinhold Martin entangles “Bjarke” and “Murdoch” in a Lower Manhattan lifeboat under construction; Daryl Meador embodies oil at Houston’s Weiss Energy Hall; Bart-Jan Polman dissects the historicist histrionics of the Netherlands’ Forum for Democracy; Pollyanna Rhee journeys between a special economic zone in Ireland and a retrospective of Kennedy Browne’s work at the Krannert Art Museum; Ivonne Santoyo-Orozco voices the neocolonial impact of Mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s ...

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