T&T Student, Clayton Benjamin, Published in Textshop Experiments

June 2017

Clayton Benjamin’s piece, “Conducting Place/Consulting Space: A Proposal to an Electronic Monument to Addiction,” was recently published in Textshop Experiments (volume 3, Summer 2017). Textshop Experiments is an open-access journal dedicated to extending Gregory Ulmer’s work. Using methodology from Ulmer’s Electronic Monuments, Benjamin’s article proposes the installation of a new monument at the John Wayne Birthplace Museum as a method for researching and consulting on the drug addiction epidemic in the United States. http://textshopexperiments.org/textshop03/conducting-place-consulting-space

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