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I can call this progress to halt at LACE

Abe Ahn reviews “I can call this progress to halt” at LACE, considering gestures of protest or unrest featured in the exhibition, which offer ways to surface new social relations and the potential for a commune untethered to time and place.


Making Plans at Human Resources

Making Plans, organized by Kyle Bellucci Johanson and Matthew Lax at Human Resources in Los Angeles, decommissions the ruling that ‘there is no alternative’ by reminding us that to conceive of possible futures, we must first assess our present.



Epitaph for Family

Johanna Breiding’s “Epitaph for Family” creates a queer spatio-temporal experience that collages the past (perfect, personal, singular) onto the present (continuous, universal, plural).




analog dissident

analog dissident functions as a monthly discussion group aimed at queer/radical/feminist/politically inclined artists to engage critically outside of traditional art institutions.


Out at the Elbows at metro pcs

Up the stairs of 422 Ord Street in Los Angeles’ Chinatown lies artist-run space metro pcs. Inside, the small three-piece exhibition, “Out at the Elbows,” occupies the fluorescent former Cambodian Consulate interior.