Written in memory of Dan Graham, “Memories in Alteration” considers the important legacy of the artist's work, focusing on the topological and paralogical devices that characterize his discursive and artistic practice. The text adumbrates how the multidisciplinary work of Graham—addressing such diverse cultural phenomena as suburbia, 1960s counterculture, television, and punk music—traced the emergence of a postwar “liberal” order of capitalism and its constitutive technologies of colonization and the domestication of social and urban environments.

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