Spot 1: MOTHERHOOD

MOTHERHOOD

Disappearing Into Motherhood

Through the work of Susan Bee, Mira Schor, Irene Lusztig, Carmen Winant, & Annesofie Sandal, motherhood becomes a space through which the art process can be revisited.

Type:
Features
Source:
May 5, 2021
Credit:
Text / Mathilde Walker-Billaud

There Will Be Sacrifices Along The Way

Across six paintings, Tori Tinsley tells the story of a parent, a child, and their donkey helper.

Type:
Projects
Source:
Summer 2020
Credit:
Project / Tori Tinsley

Gender and Artistic Practice in the Ice Age

Keeper of antiquities and curator of the blockbuster 2013 exhibition “Ice Age Art: Arrival of the Modern Mind,” Jill Cook explains the idea of spiritual landscapes, the surreal continuity between ancient and modern artistic practice, and gender equality in the Paleolithic.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
September 19, 2018
Location:
The British Museum, London, England
Credit:
Interview / Will Corwin

The Heart’s Knowledge Will Never Decay

How, through the gestures, objects and images we create, do we represent our own, and another’s emotional states, display care for each other through that ability, while also inventing new ways to empathize in our own moment and through time?

Type:
Projects
Source:
September 25, 2019
Credit:
Project / Dario Robleto

Spot 2: Mimicry, Camouflage, Transformation

Mimicry, Camouflage, Transformation

Claudia Peña Salinas: Seeing Sites Without Sightseeing

Claudia Peña Salinas takes stock of how some of the most visited archeological and spiritual sites in Mexico endure tourism for generations, yet still provide eternal inspiration.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
Spring 2021
Credit:
Interview / Jack Radley

Constitutionally Flawed

María Korol’s artist project traces the subtext of history and autobiography in her practice of layered obfuscation.

Type:
Features, Projects
Source:
Spring 2021
Credit:
Project / María Korol

Cajsa von Zeipel: Nine Lives

Nine Lives features sculptural tableaus that Cajsa von Zeipel populates with life-size silicone figures. Each figure is clothed in athleisure...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
Spring 2021
Location:
New York
Credit:
Text / Caitlin Cherry

Spot 3: Reviews

Reviews

Sasha Wortzel: Dreams of Unknown Islands

Sasha Wortzel’s Sitting Shiva (2021), which consists of two folding lawn chairs whose webbing has been replaced with Burmese python...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
May 5, 2021
Credit:
Text / Chris Balaschak

PEN15

PEN15 shouldn’t work—two 33-year-old women acting like 13-year-olds while surrounded by a cast of actual 13-year-olds—but good God, does it.

Type:
Reviews
Source:
Spring 2021
Location:
Hulu
Credit:
Text / EC Flamming

Spot 4: Monumental Interventions

Monumental Interventions

Monumental Futures

TK Smith maps a trajectory of interventions toward the articulation of a monument aesthetic for the African diaspora.

Type:
Features
Source:
Fall/Winter 2020
Credit:
Text / TK Smith

A Living Presence + and the body, Felix, where is it?

Christian’s essay and machado’s poem produce a dialogue that—in content and form—responds to the work of Felix Gonzalez-Torres. These interwoven texts can be read separately or as one dialogue in two voices.

Type:
Features, Projects
Source:
Fall/Winter 2020
Credit:
Essay / Re'al Christian + Poem / danilo machado

Monumental Collapse

A discussion on toppled statues and reimagining archives.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
Fall/Winter 2020
Credit:
Conversation / Che Gossett + Jillian McManemin

Spot 5: Selfhood, Community, Home

Monuments Under Occupation

Patricia Eunji Kim and Mashinka Firuntz Hakopian discuss monuments as physical evidence against cultural erasure, their role in preserving indigenous Armenian histories, and augmented reality as a site for activism and memorialization.

Type:
Features, Interviews
Source:
April 23, 2021
Credit:
Conversation / Mashinka Firunts Hakopian and Patricia Eunji Kim

Rami George: The Tangents, Pivots, and Slants of Artistic Research

Laurel V. McLaughlin and Rami George discuss pushing and pulling against dominant frameworks of selfhood, community, and home.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
April 14, 2021
Credit:
Interview / Laurel V. McLaughlin

Spot 6: LIMINAL

LIMINAL

The Possibility of an Airport

On the seductive paradigm of Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International

Type:
Features
Source:
January/February 2016
Location:
Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Credit:
Text / Reinier de Graaf

Losing Interest

A letter in response to a request to write about architecture.

Type:
Features
Source:
January/February 2015
Credit:
Text / Shumon Basar

Achieving Blankness

Notes from the edge of the Atlanta Airport
with photography by Johnathon Kelso

Type:
Features
Source:
January/February 2016
Location:
Atlanta, GA
Credit:
Text / Hannah Palmer; Images / Johnathon Kelso

Art on MARTA

A photo essay by David Naugle documenting the public art of Atlanta’s rapid transit system brings a vast collection of commissions out of the stations’ shadows
with an introduction by John Cocker.

Type:
Features, Projects
Source:
January/February 2016
Location:
Atlanta
Credit:
Text / John Crocker; Photo / David Naugle

Spot 7: GOODS & SERVICES

GOODS & SERVICES

Logistics Make the World

Synchronizing the world of commerce means attempting to overcome time and space. A study of logistics with a photo essay on UPS by Dustin Chambers.

Type:
Features
Source:
January/February 2015
Location:
Atlanta, GA
Credit:
Text / Jesse LeCavalier
Photo Essay / Dustin Chambers

Gray Harbor

What such water goods reveal—only to persons close enough to smell the clinging dregs of seaweed or willing to caress the faux-leather handbag tucked into a cellophane sleeve—are the sentient negotiations of supple conquest.

Type:
Features, Projects
Source:
Summer 2018
Location:
Hong Kong
Credit:
Text / Holy Motors; Images / Luke Casey

DRAGON!

Now is the future inside a dragon-shaped mega-mall in Dubai.

Type:
Features, Projects
Source:
Summer 2017
Location:
Dubai
Credit:
Text / Shumon Basar; Art / Farah Al Qasimi