The following article was originally published by Visual Art Source in February 2022. Networked Nature is on view at the Thoma Foundation Art Vault from April 2021-April 2022. Networked Nature, a group exhibition curated by Jason Foumberg, begins with “tx-mirror” (2018) by Martin Reinhart… +
This article was originally published by Southwest Contemporary in February 2022. Marie Alarcón: Relocations January 15-February 27, 2022 Roswell Museum, Roswell, New Mexico Reflecting upon the uncertain world of climate change and the call for environmental justice, current Roswell artist-in-residence Marie Alarcón, who uses they/them pronouns,… +
This article was originally published in the December 2021, Issue #6 of The Democracy Chain. I live in a garden. The garden is the pastime of my landlord who spends the warmer months of each year tinkering, inspecting his grounds. The garden keeps him… +
The following comic, made in collaboration with Monica Westin, was first published by Electric Literature in November 2021. You can read the whole comic here.
The following article was originally published by The Democracy Chain in October 2021. We stand on the cusp of the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) as this is being written. Senator Joe Manchin fights to retain fossil fuel subsidies in President Biden’s… +