Writing on the occasion of the Whitney Independent Study Program's fiftieth anniversary, artist Sharon Hayes interrogates the physical and temporal sites of the ISP as a means of elaborating on the impact of the program's enduring commitments. Using excerpts from the notebook she maintained during her year in the program, Hayes discusses the role of artists and the work of art-making in this dynamic, trans-temporal collective of artists, curators, critics, and historians.

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