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Sturtevant at “Sturtevant: Image over Image,” Moderna Museet, Stockholm, March 2012. Photo: Åsa Lundén.

BRUCE HAINLEY: The Lady died. When I first heard the news about the sad, too-soon event, all I could think was: What a total drag. Not that the spaceship wasn’t going to come for her eventually, but I just couldn’t believe she wouldn’t stick around to cause double trouble at her exhibition this November at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Anything memorial strikes me as so antithetical to the forward movement of her every act of thinking, her art. We should open up a great Meursault in her honor and really get into it, since fresh, involved dialogue was one of her fortes.

CLAUDE WAMPLER: Meursault-filled glass raised! The spaceship? Is that what happened? Why don’t we get Jodie Foster or whomever to make contact and ask them to turn around, bring her back! Transport her to MoMA for her opening. Now that would be a hot entrance. Materialized! (Maybe that’s what’s going on with

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