As a writer, you may meet a subject that challenges preconceptions you didn't know you had, and raises emotions you didn't expect to feel. Confusion. Paralysis. How do you start? Where do you go? Is where you go "art criticism"? Is "art criticism" a bigger thing than what you thought? Holland Cotter, the Pulitzer Prize-winning co-chief art critic and senior writer at The New York Times, reflects on writing about Africa in this talk, presented by the MFA Art Criticism & Writing Department.