Amelia-Colette Jones reviews Addoley Dzegede’s Fare Well, the final show at St. Louis’s fort gondo compound for the arts on Cherokee Street.
Reading Time Across Words and Numbers: Visualization Projects by Heather Corcoran presents an installation of digital prints that navigate the regimes of physical and cultural data, framing the production, observation, or collection of this information as inherently creative responses to many environments that we inhabit.
Joint Accounts, a weekend retreat at Paul Artspace facilitated by artist/organizer Tori Abernathy and yogi Katie Rodgers, tasked participants to envision “a present and future based on cooperation, non-work, festivity, and health,” a world in which we decouple work from our jobs.
Henry Osman considers the emancipatory propositions and potential pitfalls of accelerationism outside of global financial capitals.
Broadcasting the Archive: Redefining the City Through Socially Engaged Practices, Community Art and Cultural Activism
“Broadcasting the Archive” is a project arose from the urgency to spread the Arte Útil archive, a project initiated by Tania Bruguera, beyond the institution which hosts the material.
Margaret Keller reviews Ken Wood at beverly and and Peter Pranschke at fort gondo compound for the arts in St. Louis.