Spot 1: Disability + Visibility

Disability + Visibility

Access+Ability

What would a completely accessible museum look like? Removing all barriers for every visitor to a cultural institution is an...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
Winter 2018/2019
Location:
New York
Credit:
Text / Monica Westin

Giving It Away

A conversation on disability and capitalism by way of Constantina Zavitsanos’ artistic practice.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
Winter 2018/2019
Credit:
Interview / Mara Mills and Rebecca Sanchez

Glossary: Disability + Visibility

An introduction of key terms for disability.

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

Spot 2: Atlanta

Atlanta

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

The Infinite Nature of Black

Artist Paul Stephen Benjamin’s work explores the relevance, resonance, and poetics of the color black and ranges across media including photography, painting, video, and sculpture. We discussed his belief in simplicity, the relationship between interpretation and artist intention, and the experience of preparing for his solo debut in New York City.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
February 12, 2019
Location:
Atlanta, GA
Credit:
Interview / Sarah Higgins

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 3: Reviews

Reviews

The 43rd Annual Atlanta Film Festival

As with most trips to a movie theater, every screening at the 43rd Annual Atlanta Film Festival began with a...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
May 15, 2019
Location:
Atlanta, GA
Credit:
Text / Darby Fly

Jesse Darling: The Ballad of Saint Jerome

In Beasts of Burden: Animal and Disability Liberation, artist and activist Sunaura Taylor speaks from her own experiences toward a...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
Winter 2018/2019
Location:
London, UK
Credit:
Text / Hannah Gregory

Skyscraper

As Hollywood and the world look inwardly at themselves, questions of representation continue to burst forth. In the cinematic world,...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
Winter 2018/2019
Credit:
Text / Kristen Lopez

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Spot 4: Borders, Barriers

Imaginary Lines

A constellation of thoughts about art and borders.

Type:
Features
Source:
Fall 2018/2019
Credit:
Text / Humberto Moro

Condomillennium

Aaron Gemmill has spent years photographing the proliferation of luxury condominiums, mostly in Brooklyn, NY. His project is a selection of these photos (which Gemmill originally posted to Instagram under the hashtag “#condoreport) and his prints of the Plexiglas windowpanes used to give passersby a glimpse into construction sites.

Type:
Projects
Source:
Fall 2018/2019
Location:
New York, New York
Credit:
Art / Aaron Gemmill

Porous Cosmopolis: Teddy Cruz and Fonna Forman

Teddy Cruz and Fonna Forman’s many co-extensive projects merge activist praxis, intellectual and skill exchange, horizontalist planning, and creative production to examine and change the way that borders, and the communities around them, are conceived of and function.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
March 13, 2019
Credit:
Interview / Rachael Rakes

Spot 5: Ports of Call

Ports of Call

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

Stocktaking

Daniel Keller in conversation with Femke Herregraven.

Type:
Features, Interviews
Source:
Summer 2018
Credit:
Interview / Femke Herregraven + Daniel Keller

Captives

I went back to Charleston, SC, for a wedding recently, and of all the port cities I have visited, lived in, or loved, Charleston is the worst.

Type:
Features
Source:
Summer 2018
Credit:
Text / Jasmine Amussen