Spot 1: Georgia

Georgia

Below Baldwin

In 2015, renovations to the University of Georgia’s Baldwin Hall revealed 27 graves near and beneath the foundation of the...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
September 18, 2019
Location:
Athens, GA
Credit:
Review / Alden Dicamillo

clarkston

Just outside Atlanta, one of America’s most diverse refugee destinations.

Type:
Glossary
Source:
March/April 2016
Location:
Clarkston, Georgia

Chattahoochee Explorers Club

Artists and educators Mark Dion, Pam Longobardi, and Mike McFalls discuss their collaborative work with Georgia State University and Columbus State University students on ecology, history, and site-responsive public art projects.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
Spring/Summer 2019
Location:
Atlanta, GA
Credit:
Conversation / Mark Dion, Pam Longobardi, and Mike McFalls

Spot 2: Energy Structures

Energy Structures

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

Xandra Ibarra: Endurance and Excess

Alexis Wilkinson and Xandra Ibarra discuss cockroach consciousness.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
Spring/Summer 2019
Location:
New York, New York
Credit:
Text / Alexis Wilkinson

A Brief History of Power

Contributing editor Stephanie Bailey traces the lines of electrification to political power via Chilean artist Iván Navarro and the 38th EVA International in Ireland.

Type:
Features
Source:
Spring/Summer 2019
Credit:
Text / Stephanie Bailey

Spot 3: On Memory + Memoriam

On Memory + Memoriam

Cathedrals

Tracking the legacy of architect Paul R. Williams, a photographer finds Las Vegas’ modernist sanctuaries.

Type:
Features, Projects
Source:
Spring 2018
Location:
Las Vegas
Credit:
Photo / Janna Ireland

Is Art Still “What Makes Life More Interesting Than Art”?

FROM THE ARCHIVES: November/December 2001— Cay Sophie Rabinowitz wrote on the tragic events of September 11, 2001, and the ability of art to go on in the aftermath.

Type:
Features
Source:
November/December 2001
Location:
New York
Credit:
Text / Cay Sophie Rabinowitz

Cast Iron

An artist almost drowns, then reflects on Black Buoyancy, Hemingway, and Mami Wata.

Type:
Projects
Source:
May/June 2016
Location:
Atlanta, GA
Credit:
Text + Images: Michi Meko

Spot 4: Disability + Visibility

Disability + Visibility

On Evasion

A formal and historical reading of a set of drawings probably forged by an analyst and used to make various claims about autistic people.

Type:
Features
Source:
Winter 2018/2019
Credit:
Text / J.J. Kahn

Henrik Olesen: What is Most Deep is the Skin

On artist Henrik Olesen’s “Hysterical Men” and “The Walk,” which concern mental illness and the pathologization of queerness by way of historical figures.

Type:
Features
Source:
Winter 2018/2019
Credit:
Text / Alise Upitis

Obstacle Race

A personal essay on the artist’s navigation of the art world while disabled.

Type:
Projects
Source:
Winter 2018/2019
Credit:
Project / Amalia Ulman

Spot 5: Borders, Barriers

Borders, Barriers

St. Louis: Navigating the Brick City

The urban landscape can be seen as a transcription of a city’s history. In St. Louis, the construction and destruction of brick buildings reveal a racialized history of segregation and inequality.

Type:
Features
Source:
Fall 2018/2019
Location:
St. Louis, Missouri
Credit:
Text / TK Smith; Images / Izaiah Johnson

New Frontiers

Current developments in London highlight the politics of “Creative Quarters.”

Type:
Features
Source:
Fall 2018/2019
Location:
London, UK
Credit:
Text / Chris Fite-Wassilak

Out of Beirut

I never made it to Beirut until 2009. I was an adult on a career path. I had spent my life until that point confounded by the fact that so few people in the art world looked like me or bore names like mine. Where were they hiding?

Type:
Features
Source:
Fall 2018/2019
Location:
Beirut, Lebanon
Credit:
Text / Omar Kholeif