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.
Artist Jess T. Dugan and social worker Vanessa Fabbre’s “To Survive on This Shore” documents the vibrancy and plurality of transgender and gender nonconforming elders across the United States.
Rachele Krivichi speaks with Wormfarm Institute co-founder Donna Neuwirth on intersections of farming and artistic communities, the upcoming DTour biennial, and the increased attention given to rural practices post-2016 election.
Clutch is a curatorial project that is a mobile gallery space dedicated to showing contemporary art in an intimate setting, the 25-square-inch space located in the heart of Meg Duguid’s purse.
Flex Gallery is a wearable, rotating exhibition space located on curator Zachary Trebellas’ left arm.
North Mountain Residency is an artist-run non-profit based on an apple orchard in West Virginia founded by John Labovitz.