Claire Fontaine is at once the contemporary every-artist and a non-existent fictional subject. She enters object-oriented contemporary practices incognito not only to symptomize our current political conditions but also to challenge ideas of art’s capacity for social change.
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The 1954 Pruitt-Igoe housing project in St. Louis was an architectural and social disaster. I talked with artist Juan William Chávez about his less damning outlook on the history and fate of the Pruitt-Igoe site.