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Conceptual Art in Prison documents three years of collaborations between incarcerated artists at Columbia River Correctional Institution, and students in the Portland State University Art and Social Practice Program. Contributors include Harrell Fletcher, Roshani Thakore, Anupam Singh, Richard Lundquist, Jetcet, Anke Schüttler, Ben Hall, Spencer Byrne-Seres, Jacob Diepenbrock, Tom Price, Mark Arnold, Artist Michael Bernard Stevenson Jr., Queaz Otti, Armon Poostpasand, Salty Xi Jie Ng, David “Homer” Edmunds, Robert “Flex” Gibson, Jason Melcado, Joshua “Lone Wolf” Tonkin, Michael “HM” Lovett, Carlos Cotto, Larry Loftin, Joseph Rosenberger, Richard Sanders, Sam McKever, Edgar Perez, Alec Gonzales, TJ Harris, Shawn Ashley Camp, and Phillip Jerov.
PSU Art and Social Practice Program
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PSU Art and Social Practice, "Conceptual Art in Prison" (2020). Conceptual Art in Prison. 1.