One of three multi-channel video installations that anchor "Securing a Free State" at ASU Art Museum.
Kathleen Vanesian
One of three multi-channel video installations that anchor "Securing a Free State" at ASU Art Museum.

Supported by a grant from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, "Securing a Free State" was initiated by ASUAM curator John D. Spiak, who has left the museum for the golden promise of California and the directorship of California State University-Fullerton's Grand Central Art Center, in downtown Santa Ana. (Full disclosure: Spiak is a friend of mine.) The end product of Nelson's thoughtful undertaking is a nice going-away present for those of us who will miss Spiak's brave curatorial insight.

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How ridiculous. The parties raped and or beaten (1) could have been equally raped or beaten at knife point, (2) if the parties raped and or beaten were armed with a gun might have protected themselves, (3) What are you more afraid of: (a) a physco with a 9mm going pop pop pop, or (b) said physco in a Ford 1 ton pick up deliberately crashing through a crowd? I

 
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