In this creative and critical study, writer and critic Bea Huff Hunter researches and writes personal narratives of contemporary art, drawing on reflexive and recursive artistic strategies and ethnographic methods of revisit and refusal.


I seek to identify, analyze, and emulate the reflexive and recursive strategies used by contemporary Canadian, New York-based artist Moyra Davey, in order to interrogate problems of knowledge and power in the contemporary art world and explore my personal knowledge-power position.