Tarek Elhaik is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of California, Davis. His research is focused on the anthropology of the contemporary, aesthetics, and dialogues between anthropology, art, and philosophy. He is the author of The Incurable-Image: Curating Post-Mexican Film and Media Arts (Edinburgh University Press, 2016). He is also the founder of AIL: the Anthropology of the Image Lab.
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Anthropological Film Fragments from Early Twentieth-Century Mexico: A Curatorial Problem
What if we approached our pedagogical and scholarly engagements with ethnographic cinemas as a series of curatorial exercises in seeing, as a practice of second... More
I am looking at Blinding Light, part of an ongoing photographic series by contemporary artist Mounir Fatmi, initiated in 2011 as a video enigmatically titled Th... More