The following article was originally published by Visual Art Source in the spring of 2021. Dylan McLaughlin’s solo show, “Songs of Tempestuous Rising and Falling” combines drawing, aerial photography, text, video, and sculpture to examine the resonant effect of industry and colonialism upon the… +
The following interview was originally published in Antennae Journal, Issue 52, Autumn 2020. Read the full interview here. Ebony G. Patterson is a painter and mixed media artist originally born in Jamaica and currently based in Chicago and Kingston, Jamaica. Patterson creates large-scale, “maximalist”… +
A group exhibition at the Renaissance Society, Chicago. Co-curated with Karsten Lund and running from Sep 12-Nov 15, 2020. You can download the digital catalogue here. Nine Lives takes shape around a set of protagonists, whether real or imagined, past or present, as if this exhibition were a… +
My novel, The Healing Circle, won Red Hen Press’s 2020 Womens Prose Prize!
The following article was originally published in Artforum in March 2020. Erin Louise Gould’s exhibition “All That I Have” presents three rooms of the artist’s studies of the Kentucky coffeetree, suggesting her affinity for, or perhaps metabolization of, her subject. These poem-like works include… +