The Representation of Memory and Transmission in the Art of Felix Gonzalez-Torres

VISA 4001

Contemporary Latin American Art

Art of Felix Gonzalez-Torres
Thomas Boeckner
Thomas Boeckner

Thomas Boeckner is an undergraduate student at OCAD University in the Visual and Critical Studies program. He currently lives back and forth between the cities of Toronto and Thunder Bay in the Canadian province of Ontario. His main area of interest is art and culture of the Americas contributing to decolonization efforts and how artists make use of the body in the maintenance of memory.

Felix Gonzalez-Torres. Los Angeles: Museum of contemporary art, 1994.

González-Torres Felix, and Julie Ault. Felix Gonzalez-Torres. Göttingen: Steidl, 2016.

González-Torres Félix, Tim Rollins, Susan Cahan, and Jan Avgikos. Felix Gonzalez-Torres. Los Angeles, CA: A.R.T. Press, 1993.

Rounthwaite, Adair. “Split Witness: Metaphorical Extensions of Life in the Art of Felix Gonzalez-Torres”, Representations. University of California Press, 2010.

Spector, Nancy. Felix Gonzalez-Torres:New York: Guggenheim Museum, 1995.

Tallman, Susan. “Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Social Works” in Parkette, 1994.