The following interview was originally published by Art21 in June, 2016.
"It doesn’t always start with a suitcase. Sometimes things begin with the wrong book. Berlin meant boys, Isherwood said. Fifty years after his adventures among proletarian toughs, Berlin meant white boys who wanted to atone for Germany’s crimes by loving a black boy like me.” So... +
“We are not, as we sometimes like to imagine, independent thinkers with our own unique & groovy style of cognition: we have in fact inherited a narrow repertoire of prefab concepts, and we find ourselves thinking as thinking things on highly ramified architectonics of ideas, and along deeply grooved paths of thought-action.” — Karen Houle
Kerry James Marshall has... +
The following interview was published by Art21 in March, 2016.
During a talk organized in conjunction with the exhibition A Feast of Astonishments: Charlotte Moorman and the Avant-Garde, 1960s–1980s, at Northwestern University’s Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Simone Forti touched on the breadth of her work as a writer, dancer, choreographer, and... +
Working with Magalie Guérin as an editor on her a-chronological studio journal, we released the book in her solo exhibition, Copy Drawings, at Sector 2337.
About the show: March 25, 2016 – May 15, 2016 / Sector 2337, Chicago. Copy Drawingswas organized in conjunction with the publication of Guérin’s first book, NOTES ON (The... +