Artist Fred Wilson commemorates his 1992 exhibition, Mining the Museum, in a conversation with MICA curator-in-residence George Ciscle. For the exhibition, Wilson went through the collection of the Maryland Historical Society and designed an installation within their galleries that illustrated the complicity of museum practices in inadvertently upholding racism.
Artist Fred Wilson in Conversation with George Ciscle
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