Leora Fridman interviews The Feminist Health Care Research Group Berlin (FHCRG) who engage a constellation of topics around the politics of illness and healthcare.
New World Embassy: Rojava
The Work of the Institution in an Age of Professionalization
Slow Criticism: Art in the Age of Post-Judgement
Movement Building for Beginners
Belaboring the Fringe: in lieu of an Artist Statement
Sustainability is not Solidarity: Superscript & the Economies of Art Writing
Muse as Critic, Returning the Gaze from the Pedestal
No one cares about art criticism: Advocating for an embodiment of the avant garde as an alternative to capitalism
The ability to record (and, if I want, to immediately publicly post) initiates a new way of looking: instances that would be overlooked can now be looked back on.
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.
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.