September–October, 2014

Volume 4, Number 3

Life at Home

The simplistic habit of equating physical size with cultural importance is a blunder. The world's most widely traveled, socially gregarious and conceptually complex art objects can often be fit into a studio apartment. For the September–October issue we invited writers, artists and scholars to consider domesticity—the domain where art and life intersect most intimately—in all its conflicted glory.

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