Jimmie Durham: What Follows...

1989 | 00:43:00 | United States | English | Color | Mono

Collection: On Art and Artists, Interviews, Single Titles

Tags: Activism, Independently Produced Interviews, Interview, Performance

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Cherokee-American artist Jimmie Durham has worked in performance since the mid-’60s. In the ‘70s, he immersed himself in activism, working for Native American rights as part of the American Indian Movement. In the ‘80s, his focus returned to producing art in multiple forms—performance, poetry, and mixed-media visual works—that consider Native American identity and critique American domestic colonialism. He has also published numerous critical essays.