Installation

Culture and Starters: S.E. Nash’s Cultural Inquiry Through Fermentation

While listening to an interview with the artist S.E. Nash and other fermentation enthusiasts on an episode of KCUR’s program...

Zoe Chressanthis’ Utopian World

Part I: A Place To Rest The exhibition YET, UNKNOWN proposes that knowledge is dependent on an understanding of the...

Tactile Rituals and Feminine Power in The Work of Shelby Burchett

Being in touch means understanding the people and the ideas that surround us. By touching things we form a deeper...

Planning For A Future That We’ve Already Seen: Mark Raymer Constructs Dystopian D.I.Y. Narratives

In 1992, a report was commissioned by the Sandia National Laboratories and the Department of Energy (DOE) in the United...

Stereo-Vision: Thoughts on Color in the Work of Lyndon Barrois Jr.

Western philosophy and art history are filled with attempts at mapping out and colonizing the space of color. These attempts...

(Re)Inscribing Authority with Oli Watt

A diploma hangs on an administrator’s wall at a liberal arts college. Look closer. No, really, look closer. It’s not...

Body as Battle Ground in the Practice of Artist and Organizer Jordan Weber

In his now seminal text, Between the World and Me, Ta-Nehisi Coates issues an urgent plea regarding the relationship between...

Christopher K. Ho Tackles Social and Political Amnesia

A few months ago during a radio interview, I was asked whether or not I think all artists should be...

Interrupting Cultural Cues: The Absurdist Recreations of Alex Savage

The cover of Bookforum’s first 2017 issue features a drawing by British artist David Shrigley. In his characteristic, almost childlike...

Piercing the Cultural Whiteness: Empathy and Survival Through the Lens of Silvia Abisaab

Silvia Beatriz Abisaab’s practice is one of reciprocity, giving care and attention to her subjects. She uses photography and video...

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