The Migrant’s Time: Rethinking Art History and Diaspora

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May I buy in bulk and do you offer discounts for bulk buying? How to purchase For a product displaying a "Add to Cart" button the product can be purchased directly on PriceCheck's Marketplace. As Cuban performance artist Tania Bruguera notes 'Immigrants are the subject of the twenty first century.

They must avoid the exploitation and commodification of migrant artists whilst simultaneously rejecting the wider notion of art as commodity, in favour of art as experience. They must move beyond basic and superficial surveys of migrant art solely curated by those educated in the West, towards a long-term commitment to diversifying art institutions and the stories they tell including who tells them and where. But this is old hat.

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In the context of a dehumanising rhetoric around immigration and increasing compassion fatigue, the success of the visual arts in its ability to encourage empathy by means of story-telling is undeniable. Rather than solidifying the divisive political boundaries between 'them' and 'us', contemporary art brings the two closer together, acting as a mirror to universalise the migrant experience. The potential of art in the migrant crisis is, however, often limited to its therapeutic or cultural benefits and its capacity to present refugees and migrants as more than the sum of their stereotypes.

Although I would argue these are indeed worthwhile, artistic practice can also help us to imagine impossible possibilities otherwise abandoned in politics and law, which could yet take hold and produce concrete solutions, i. With little progress towards a truly humanitarian response to the migrant crisis, it is this new and radical potential that should no longer remain undervalued. Emine Yeter completed the MSc Migration Studies at Oxford in and has spent the past year interning in the refugee and migrant arts sector in London.

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