By allowing autonomy and assertion to work at once, ideas are presented while they resist being coopted or subsumed.
For Gill, that the idea for the photograph had always been a one liner – just one that took a very long time to get to, and required a road trip with three other people.
Fragments of an Unknowable Whole at Urban Arts Space, the Ohio State University’s off-campus space for contemporary art in downtown Columbus, brought together twenty-one artists with varying approaches to lens-based art.
Conflating the miraculous with notions of chance and arbitrariness, Sheilah Wilson’s work alludes to religious motifs from a perspective of a sincere and heartbroken skeptic.
I recently got together with Columbus-based Artist Ryland Wharton to discuss heavy metal records, building a library and his newly launched art space, The Center For Ongoing Research and Projects (COR&P).
Zygote Press has been an important resource to the Cleveland art community for the past sixteen years, offering affordable print shop access, workshops, residencies, and exhibitions.