Brandon Zech and Christina Rees talk about Marina Abramović, the Kennedy assassination, and why conspiracy theories and art tend not to mix.
“People in the art world are kind of Teflon about this. There’s a lot of skepticism. It just doesn’t tend to circulate in the industry that we work in. So when it happens it’s really strange.”
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