It’s true that the fantasy of the sovereign nation-state has monopolized the political imaginary of the recent past, dominating the twentieth century and rippling into ours. But the prognosis for its future doesn’t look so great…
New World Embassy: Rojava
The Work of the Institution in an Age of Professionalization
Slow Criticism: Art in the Age of Post-Judgement
Movement Building for Beginners
Belaboring the Fringe: in lieu of an Artist Statement
Sustainability is not Solidarity: Superscript & the Economies of Art Writing
Muse as Critic, Returning the Gaze from the Pedestal
No one cares about art criticism: Advocating for an embodiment of the avant garde as an alternative to capitalism
New Unions: Act I-V took place over three days this past January at Hebbel am Ufer (HAU) in Berlin and was developed by Studio Jonas Staal as an artistic and political campaign.
Ginevra Shay considers the work of St. Louis-based artist Lyndon Barrois Jr. ahead of the exhibition Sensible Disobedience: Disrupting Cultural Signifiers in a Neoliberal Age curated by Lynnette Miranda at Charlotte Street Foundation in Kansas City, MO.
Jessica Lynne discusses Des Moines based artist Jordan Weber ahead of the exhibition Sensible Disobedience: Disrupting Cultural Signifiers in a Neoliberal Age curated by Lynnette Miranda at Charlotte Street Foundation in Kansas City, MO.