A Short Meditation on How Time Vacillates and Collapses, from Silk Roads and Passports to Cointelpro to Oliver North’s New NRA to ICE. Presented in response to “Genghis Khan: The Exhibition” at the Ronald Reagan Library that was on view February 16th through August 19, 2018.
Jimena Sarno’s current show at LACE, home away from, develops on the political constructions of surveillance, protest and materiality inspired by the interconnections between the image of Hollywood flats and the holding blocks constructed at the site of the border.
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.
I see intersectionality as a context and a point of departure for the different journeys that we consciously decide to take in our practices and lives as artists.