Public Fantasy
ACT at MIT

Edited by Iwona Blazwick, this anthology of Judith Barry’s critical essays, fictions and project descriptions address numerous loaded topics in postmodern social criticism, including casual consumerism, the flaneur, the doppelganger and corporate ideology. Published on the occasion of the exhibition Public Fantasy, the book also includes an introductory essay, “Spectacle and Subjectivity: the work of Judith Barry” by Johanna Drucker.

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  • Author Judith Barry
    Publisher ICA
    Year 1991