Department/Affiliation: Art and Art HistoryPhone: 330-263-1901Office Address: 115 EbertEmail: email@example.com
Professor Romberg's interests lie in the art of the Enlightenment through the present, with particular focus on the interwar avant-garde and relationships among aesthetics, ethics, and politics. Her current book project,Radical Constructivism: Aleksei Gan's Grass-Roots Modernism, situates Russian constructivism within the context of Gan's career as a political organizer, demonstrating how his mass-media and performance-based practices define an embedded mode of modernism. She is also working on projects about the specificity of black-and-white print media and the concept of tectonic style as a methodological tool.
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