Spot 1: Living & Working

Living & Working

FOCUS GROUP II: PARATEXT

The awkwardness and luxury of an online video exhibition.

Type:
Reviews
Source:
Summer 2020
Location:
Washington DC
Credit:
Text / EC Flamming

Carolyn Lazard: Living Here and Together

On the limitations of institutional critique, and the transformative beauty of disability justice frameworks.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
Summer 2020
Credit:
Interview / Madeleine Seidel

Lilly McElroy: Absurdity Is a Protest

Wrestling with light and absurdity in a world transformed by a global virus.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
Summer 2020
Credit:
Interview / Joey Orr

Spot 2: Living & Working

Living & Working

Another Map to Nevada

What is the best way to bring out a thriving city’s art crowd for a gathering after they have been...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
September 9, 2020
Location:
Berlin, Germany
Credit:
Text / Mohammad Salemy

Bodies / Antibodies

Miriam Simun’s text-and-image artist project meanders through the first month or so of quarantine, exploring the porousness of the body—the touching/not touching—and offers a kind of choreography of permeability.

Type:
Features, Projects
Source:
Summer 2020
Credit:
Artist Project / Miriam Simun

Spot 3: Living & Working

Thinking Through Contagion

Confront a problem and think it to death.

Type:
Features
Source:
March 25, 2020
Credit:
Text / Nathan Lee

Spot 4: Art of the New Civil Rights Era

Art of the New Civil Rights Era

Crystal Z Campbell

Crystal Z Campbell collapses the past and present to historically contextualize the legacy of the theater and the physicality of the crumbling film as a site of destruction and fortitude.

Source:
Spring 2020
Credit:
Text / Stephanie E. Goodalle

Chase Hall

With his paintings, sculptures, and photographs, Chase Hall has set himself on a journey to mine the gap between the intimacies of Black life and the traces of psychopathology that gives the appearance of White supremacy an uneasy palatability.

Source:
Spring 2020
Credit:
Text / Jessica Bell Brown

The Moment Is Not Sufficient

“Black art” is a varied concept. The way we define the phrase is tied to the way we think about American identity and who has the ability to claim it.

Type:
Features
Source:
Spring 2020
Credit:
Text / Re'al Christian

Spot 5: GLOSSARY

GLOSSARY

disability + visibility

An introduction of key terms for disability.

Type:
Glossary
Source:
Winter 2018/2019
Credit:
Text / Ann Millett-Gallant

anxiety

On fear, inhibition, and “freedom.”

Type:
Glossary
Source:
July/August 2016
Credit:
Text / Kimberly Drew

jomo

The Joy of Missing Out

Type:
Glossary
Source:
March/April 2014
Credit:
Text / Shumon Basar

Spot 6: Interviews

Interviews

Theaster Gates

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Theaster Gates in conversation with Hesse McGraw.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
May/June 2013
Credit:
Interview / Hesse McGraw

Myriam Ben Salah: Missed Connections

Mahfuz Sultan and curator Myriam Ben Salah discuss Ben Salah’s curation of the 2020 Made in L.A. exhibition, and being nomads, refugees, or exiles.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
Winter 2019/2020
Credit:
Interview / Mahfuz Sultan

Alex Chitty: Things in Motion

Originally trained as a biologist, Alex Chitty is attuned to—but ultimately rejects—the ways we attempt to organize experience.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
July 30, 2020
Credit:
Interview / Anna Searle Jones

nora chipaumire: Radical Space

New modalities of appearance and production for the Black body within performative spaces.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
June 24, 2020
Credit:
Interview / Mathilde Walker-Billaud

Spot 7: Paradox

The Energy Paradox

Japanese artists’ and cultural workers’ strategies for response to the Fukushima disaster.

Type:
Features
Source:
Spring/Summer 2019
Location:
Tokyo, Japan
Credit:
Text / Jason Waite

Spot 8: Reviews

Reviews

Cecilia Vicuña: About to Happen

At the Henry Art Gallery in Seattle, Cecilia Vicuña’s precarios dotted the walls, forming a constellation of repurposed materials. Plastic...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
Winter 2019/2020
Location:
Seattle, WA
Credit:
Text / Lindsay Costello

Ceija Stojka: This Has Happened

When Ceija Stojka was 10 years old, she was captured by Nazi forces and sent to Auschwitz. Fifteen months later...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
March 18, 2020
Location:
Madrid, Spain
Credit:
Text / Lauren Moya Ford

Laurie Kang: Beolle

Along the floor of the solarium in Oakville Galleries’ Gairloch Gardens lay unrolled, unfixed, and unprocessed photographic paper and films,...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
March 11, 2020
Location:
Oakville, Ontario
Credit:
Text / Magdalyn Asimakis