Polluta catalogue

Polluta catalogue


The catalogue features over one hundred pages of photographic reproduction and backstories of the Polluta,an in-depth artist interview and three scholarly essays to shed new light on her works, all specifically written for the book. The book also features many new images the artist created especially for the book, including a pull-out imaginary map, presenting all five imaginary countries in her grand narrative of the year 2084.


Contributing scholars include:

Natalia Ivanova

Executive Director. Pro Arts & Commons.

Dr. Steven Lee
Associate Professor. Department of English. University of California, Berkeley. USA.

Dr. Inessa Gelfenboym
PhD from University of Southern California. USA.

Dr. Joon Nak Choi
Adjunct Assistant Professor. Department of Management. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Hong Kong.
Former Stanford University Koret Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor, Freeman-Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University. USA.

Dr. Angie Chau

Assistant Professor. Pacific and Asian Studies, The University of Victoria, Canada.



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E-catalogue version here


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