In the Margins Behind the Lines:
Collected Writings, Volume V.
Meta-Art, Art Criticism, Philosophy, Autobiography 1993-2001
Although Piper’s productivity in all areas declined during her years at Wellesley College, her writing also developed key themes and concerns in new directions. The politics of the art world, the social world and academia; the dynamics of American racism; and the spiritual foundations of her artwork in her yoga practice are continuing meta-art and autobiographical preoccupations. At the same time, she began to write art criticism about other artists using the approach she had advocated for her own work, delved more deeply into Kant exegesis, and further developed her multi-volume project on rationality and the self. Forthcoming