Ana Tuazon engages Adrian Piper’s unique and revelatory exhibition, A Synthesis of Intuitions, and how her practice of ‘meta-art’ anticipated socially engaged and critical practices especially relevant at present.
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Jillian Steinhauer speaks with artist Chloë Bass about institutional care, intimacy and anti-empathy, what it means to be political, and more alongside her current exhibition, The Book of Everyday Instruction, at Knockdown Center.
Considering what power does to ‘reality’, this three-part text aims to consider instituent practices by artists and organisations as they seek not to just represent the real, but actively to (re)make it.
Contributors Inc., a collective that works with the contents lists in art and culture magazines to assess gender imbalances in art criticism, discuss the recent resignation of Knight Landesman from Artforum due to sexual misconduct and the pervasive power structures that preserve inequity in the art world.