Véronique Plesch, professor of art, has an essay in the fall issue of the Maine Arts Journal, “Birds of a Feather: Waldman-Plesch+Plesch-Waldman Discuss the Beginnings of Their Collaboration and Their Dialogue with the History of Museums,” as part of the art collective Waldman-Plesch+Plesch-Waldman (with Louis Alexander Waldman). The publication deals with an installation currently on view at the L.C. Bates Museum in Hinkley, Maine. (The installation will remain on view for a few more months, staying up after the show it was created for closes on October 15.)