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Speaking in response to Evan Lee’s Fugazi, an installation in the Teck Gallery that queries how value is socially constructed, Clint Burnham will approach the idea of “fugazi” – a signifier of what is fake – in terms of looking, capitalism and our relationship to the land we occupy. Reading Lee’s work through his book Fredric Jameson and The Wolf of Wall Street (Bloomsbury, 2016), Burnham will consider how the term fugazi functions in the 2013 Scorsese film The Wolf of Wall Street and its connection to Marxist theories of immaterial labor.

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