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  1. Body Bags: remains of destroyed sculpture

    • Collection: History of the UC San Diego Visual Arts Department
    • Name: University of California, San Diego. Department of Visual Arts; Harrison, Newton, 1932-
    • Date: 1970
    • Topic: artists; Formalism (Art); Death; Revelle Plaza (Revelle College); Body bags; Students; violence; Performance art; Anti-war demonstrations; Refuse and refuse disposal; Human figure in art; Censorship; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Cadaver in art; Politics in art; Sculpture
    • Format: image
  2. Body Bags: remains of destroyed sculpture in the trash

    • Collection: History of the UC San Diego Visual Arts Department
    • Name: University of California, San Diego. Department of Visual Arts; Harrison, Newton, 1932-
    • Date: 1970
    • Topic: Revelle Plaza (Revelle College); Anti-war demonstrations; artists; Death; Students; Cadaver in art; Formalism (Art); violence; Politics in art; Censorship; Human figure in art; Refuse and refuse disposal; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Body bags; Performance art; Sculpture
    • Format: image
  3. Body Bags: sign protesting the removal of the work by university authorities

    • Collection: History of the UC San Diego Visual Arts Department
    • Name: University of California, San Diego. Department of Visual Arts; Harrison, Newton, 1932-
    • Date: 1970
    • Topic: Revelle Plaza (Revelle College); Censorship; Politics in art; Anti-war demonstrations; Refuse and refuse disposal; Human figure in art; Sculpture; Students; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Signs and signboards; Cadaver in art; Formalism (Art); Performance art; Body bags; artists; violence; Death
    • Format: image
  4. Body Bags: chalk marks indicating original location of censored sculpture

    • Collection: History of the UC San Diego Visual Arts Department
    • Name: University of California, San Diego. Department of Visual Arts; Harrison, Newton, 1932-
    • Date: 1970
    • Topic: Censorship; Signs and signboards; Anti-war demonstrations; artists; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; Human figure in art; Revelle Plaza (Revelle College); Death; Chalk drawing; Performance art; Formalism (Art); Politics in art; Body bags; violence; Sculpture; Cadaver in art; Students
    • Format: image
  5. California Murals off the Wall: artists working out the details of the opening reception

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Cinewest Productions; Artenstein, Isaac; Avalos, David; Barajas, Sal; Carrasco, Barbara, 1955-; Ochoa Orozco, Victor
    • Date: 1983
    • Topic: Discussion; Painting; Mexican American art; Censorship; Children; political art
    • Format: video
  6. California Murals off the Wall: reception and panel discussion

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Artenstein, Isaac; Cinewest Productions; Carrasco, Barbara, 1955-
    • Date: 1983
    • Topic: political art; Discussion; receptions; Mexican American art; exhibitions (events); Censorship; Interviews
    • Format: video
  7. California Murals Off the Wall: Barbara Carrasco painting

    • Collection: Cinewest Archive
    • Name: Artenstein, Isaac; Cinewest Productions; Rosette, Guillermo; Barajas, Sal; Ochoa Orozco, Victor; Carrasco, Barbara, 1955-
    • Date: 1983
    • Topic: artists; Women artists; Censorship; studios (work spaces); Mexican American art; Mural painting and decoration; Conversation
    • Format: video
  8. Poison Shelf: detail of bookshelves

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Mur-Ray, Ming (Hong Kong installation artist, born 1951, active in United States); inSITE94
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: Writing; Censorship; Calligraphy; political art; Language; Prohibited books
    • Format: image
  9. Poison Shelf: detail of text

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: Mur-Ray, Ming (Hong Kong installation artist, born 1951, active in United States); inSITE94
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: political art; Writing; Censorship; Calligraphy; Language; Prohibited books
    • Format: image
  10. Poison Shelf: general view of installation

    • Collection: inSite Archive
    • Name: inSITE94; Mur-Ray, Ming (Hong Kong installation artist, born 1951, active in United States)
    • Date: 1994
    • Topic: Censorship; Calligraphy; Language; Writing; Prohibited books; political art
    • Format: image