Memory Old and New continues Brett Williams's abiding interest in the absurdities of contemporary modes of communication in the form of a mini audiovisual monument at Bruno David Gallery.
In “A Willing Transfer of Belief” at Johansson Projects, Michelle Blade and Hillary Wiedemann present works that investigate the intangibility of being and light.
Liz Magic Laser's Diverseworks commission "Tell Me What You Want to Hear" began by enlisting professional empathy conjurers to cull, perform, and refine their methods of influencing public opinion.
I've spent quite a bit of time thinking about where art is made. In contrast to exploring reasons creatives might remain in Art Centers, like New York and Los Angeles, I would instead like to take a closer look at what makes people stay ‘on the outside.’
Amelia-Colette Jones interviews the organizers of Perennial, an art-centered social enterprise in South St. Louis.
Here we present the final essay in our series reports from the “Outer Regions: Roundtables and Public Panel Discussion.” On the final day, participants began to diagram the results of their discussions presented here with related audio and text.
Here is third in our series reports from the “Outer Regions: Roundtables and Public Panel Discussion.” This audio essay focuses on the third roundtable, “Altered Institutions,” which included Nikki Hamblin, founder of PROJEXx Studio and Gallery in Johnson City, TN.
The second in our series reports from the “Outer Regions” symposium, a diagram introduced by Adelheid Mers (created in response to Vilém Flusser’s essay “Exile and Creativity”) that proved an invaluable tool for discussion.
Seed Space is an artist-run, non-profit lab for site-specific installation, sculpture, video and performance-based work in Nashville.
“Outer Regions: Roundtables and Public Panel Discussion,” a two-day event held at East Tennessee State University with funding support from the Mary B. Martin School of the Arts, was organized by Vanessa Mayoraz and Andrew Scott Ross to explore the ramifications of artistic practice outside of major metropolitan art centers.