Graham has his own HERE. I just wanted to link to it because he mentions Fried, which if you know my work I can’t ignore. (I knew this from email conversation anyway). For me, it’s fun to sort of wonder about what kinds of questions Graham would have posed to Fried, and given what these would be, Fried’s own answers.
Fried seems nice and erudite enough from online video lectures I’ve sporadically seen, but you hear notorious stories in the 80s and 90s from scholars whose careers were blighted because of Fried’s refusal to present artworks on a medium other than slides. Fried seemed to delight in ignoring or at failing to take seriously any lecture which didn’t use slides (he even lambasted Greenberg because he often lectured with no slides at all).
I may be too young, and/or not had enough experience to think about important unrealised lectures of my own. I think my tutor John Chilver at Bath Spa did some wonderful lectures in my undergrad years on Morandi and Heidegger, but also some political mediations on Dan Graham. I really wish I paid more attention to the latter, as trying to find decent theoretical writings on Graham’s work are non-existent. I especially wish I could re-attend the former, because I couldn’t get my head around Heidegger at the time (20 -21 yrs I think) and thinking back Chilver, really did nail the links between Morandi’s ‘Being’ of painting and Heidegger in such a way that it opened up a fresh way of reading Heidegger.