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Up and Coming: The Media Mix, Pornoarchaeology, and Architecting of Kent Monkman’s Cinematic World

  title={Up and Coming: The Media Mix, Pornoarchaeology, and Architecting of Kent Monkman’s Cinematic World},
  author={Braden Lee Scott},
Canadian Indigenous multidisciplinary artist Kent Monkman’s work has inspired many scholars to write on contemporary art as an indicator of socio-historical politics pertaining to Indigenous identities, postcolonial atrocities, and queer sexualities. Despite this rather large and emerging field of what I like to call “Monkman studies,” there is a constant avoidance among scholars to discuss how the works themselves instigate conversations around sexuality and race, how their chosen forms of… 


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