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Published online: 06 November 2014

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Sturtevant and the power of appropriation

Elaine Sturtevant, the veteran American appropriation artist, died this week in Paris. Here, she holds her own in an 2010 interview about her show at the Musée d'Art Moderne, discusses her practice of recreating other artists' work, and explains the impositions of today's "cybernetic" world.