Your review is off track with its emphasis on process, pleasure, and aesthetics His work for decades has deeply engaged with the issues (following his youthful beginnings which you aberrantly emphasize)., His presentation is carefully calibrated to employ aesthetics to underscore the issue he is addressing. This AF reviewer doesn't seem to be able to go beyond historical detachment and engage with what he is actually addressing, an issue that is still current today, abuse of workers.
Aesthetics in the service of politics is crucial to his success as both an artist and an activist.
Susan Noyes Platt, Ph.D.
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