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Fred Moten on Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man
The writer and theorist Fred Moten once wrote that "to be invisible is to be seen, instantly and fascinatingly recognized as the unrecognizable." In this lecture, Moten discusses perhaps the most well-known invisible person, Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man (1952).



This is the ninth event in our year-long season about and around the work of David Hammons.

More information on the event is here.

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