Spot 1: ENERGY STRUCTURES

ENERGY STRUCTURES

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

Zina Saro-Wiwa

British–Nigerian video artist and filmmaker Zina Saro-Wiwa depicts women as wandering states. Sensing a path through emotional matter, the artist...
Type:
Features
Source:
Spring/Summer 2019
Credit:
Text / Emmanuel Balogun

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 2: Reviews

Reviews

Chernobyl

“What is the cost of lies?” HBO’s miniseries Chernobyl opens with this dark rumination of dying Soviet chemist Valery Legasav’s....
Type:
Reviews
Source:
Spring/Summer 2019
Credit:
Text / EC Flamming

APEX: Avantika Bawa

Avantika Bawa’s APEX and Coliseum examine a Portland, OR landmark that stirs halcyon memories among several generations of architecture and...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
Spring/Summer 2019
Location:
Portland, Oregon
Credit:
Text / Richard Speer

Jennifer Wen Ma: Cry Joy Park—Gardens of Dark and Light

The state of blessedness has been long mythologized as a garden, an enclosure that protects verdure and growth. Not to...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
July 12, 2019
Location:
Charleston, SC
Credit:
Text / Hester L. Furey

Spot 3: Atlanta

Atlanta

Dr. Huey Copeland

On influences, the stakes of art history, and pushing the binaries of art historical imagination.

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

Beverly Buchanan

At the Brooklyn Museum, then at Spelman College in Atlanta, an exhibition reveals a practice about memory, place, and endurance, honed across manifold divides.

Type:
Features
Source:
Winter 2017/2018
Location:
Atlanta
Credit:
Text / Andy Campbell

Zipporah Camille Thompson: Black Cloud Prism

Zipporah Camille Thompson’s Black Cloud Prism [September 7–October 20, 2018] at Whitespace in Atlanta fuses millennial tech-savvy with ancient cultural...
Type:
Reviews
Source:
October 2, 2018
Location:
Atlanta, GA
Credit:
Text / Dinah McClintock

Amy Sherald: Pictures of American Life

In April 2018, as interviews with Sherald and features about her continued to stream across headlines, former ART PAPERS Editor and Artistic Director Victoria Camblin spoke with the artist about living and working in not-New York, the power of being mainstream, and how making art is a damn job.

Type:
Interviews
Source:
August 6, 2018
Location:
Atlanta, GA
Credit:
Interview / Victoria Camblin

Spot 4: Disability + Visibility

Disability + Visibility

Glossary: Disability + Visibility

An introduction of key terms for disability.

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

Sitting Beside Yvonne Rainer’s Convalescent Dance

Contextualizing Rainer’s “Convalescent Dance” (1967) alongside the spectacularization of disabled bodies during the Vietnam War, and framing convalescing as a radical act.

Type:
Features
Source:
Winter 2018/2019
Credit:
Text / Risa Puleo

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

Spot 5: Borders, Barriers

Borders, Barriers

Symbolic (Dis)Possession

Jerusalem is a city of competing symbols. Specters haunt its present and threaten its future.

Type:
Features
Source:
Fall 2018/2019
Location:
Jerusalem
Credit:
Text / Reema Salha Fadda

harder / border

People who cross a border, or break through a barrier, often feel that they carry the other side within them—as one lived reality nested inside another. Selected poems from Sudanese-American author Safia Elhillo capture the poignant complexities of this condition.

Type:
Projects
Source:
Fall 2018/2019
Credit:
Verse / Safia Elhillo

Imaginary Lines

A constellation of thoughts about art and borders.

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