There is no Rome: Looking for Utopia in Trisha Donnelly’s “Letter to Tacitus”

At the 54th Carnegie International in 2004, in addition to four other works, Trisha Donnelly created a performance called¬†Letter to Tacitus.¬† According to descriptions of the performance I have read online, Donnelly selected an elderly male museum guard to read a letter that she had written, imagined to have been to the Roman historian Cornelius … Continue reading There is no Rome: Looking for Utopia in Trisha Donnelly’s “Letter to Tacitus”