Figuring Fiction looks at the points where contemporary visual art, art writing, and fiction intersect. Thank you so much for reading.
Claire Daigle, PhD, Chair of MA Programs and Associate Professor in History and Theory of Contemporary Art at the San Francisco Art Institute. Daigle is a writer, art historian, and critic whose work has appeared in New Art Examiner, X-tra, Art Papers, Sculpture, Brooklyn Rail, and Tate, etc. She was a Fellow in Critical Studies at the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program and holds a PhD in art history from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Her dissertation, Reading Barthes/Writing Twombly, was received with distinction. Her interests form a constellation around word and image relationships (between theory and practice, experience and verbal articulation—particularly as related to color; documentation; archival and everyday practices; between contemporary literature and art; and among marks, script, and signs).
“My library is an archive of longings.” — Susan Sontag