Genealogies
1. “Sites of Criticism: A Symposium. Practices.” Originally published in acme
Journal 1, no. 2 (1992): 49–53. Edited transcript of Green’s participation in
Panel II, “Practices: The Problem of Divisions of Cultural Labor,” at Sites of
Criticism: A Symposium, The Drawing Center, New York, March 10, 1992.
Other panel participants were Gregg Bordowitz, Coco Fusco, Félix González-
Torres, Peter Halley, Silvia Kolbowski, Calvin Reid, and Mary Ann Staniszew-
ski. Organized and moderated by Joshua Decter and co- moderated by Andrea
Fraser. Co- sponsored by The New Museum of Contemporary Art, hosted by
The Drawing Center.
2. “Discourse on Afro- American Art: The Twenties.” Excerpt from an unpub-
lished honors thesis submitted to the Center for the Humanities, Wesleyan
University, 1981.
3. “I Won’t Play Other to Your Same.” Originally published in Meaning,
no. 7 (May 1990): 15–16; reprinted in Meaning: An Anthology of Artists’ Writ-
ings, Theory, and Criticism, edited by Susan Bee and Mira Schor (Durham,
NC: Duke University Press, 2000), 220–22. Published in German as “Kalter
Schweiss,” Texte zur Kunst, no. 3 (Summer 1991): 76–79; reprinted in Erste
Wahl: 20 Jahre Texte zur Kunst. I. Dekade, edited by Isabelle Graw, Helmut
Draxler, and André Rottmann (Hamburg: Filo Fine Arts, 2011).
4. “What’s Painting Got to Do with It? Representing Gender and Sexuality in
the Age of Post- Mechanical Production.” Revised and augmented version of a
shorter essay published in Post- Boys and Girls: Nine Painters (New York: Art-
ists Space, 1990), 8–10.
5. “From Camino Road.” Excerpt from Green’s novel Camino Road (Madrid:
Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Free Agent Media, 1994), in
English and Spanish. The novel and a homonymous video constituted Road
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Part 1 (1994), Green’s contribution to the exhibition The Cooked
P U B L I S H I NG H I S TORY
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