An imagined conversation about how to make an alternative art space inspired by conversations and contributions from Bill Bass and Raph Cornford of NOISE, Joshua Byron of SALON, and Charlotte Caldwell and Mike Calway-Fagen of Stove Works.
The Fuller Projects is an exhibition venue with the primary mission of providing contemporary emerging artists with the opportunity to propose, create and present new work.
Brett Bloom discusses his recent book, Petro-Subjectivity: De-Industrializing Our Sense of Self.
Bonnie Fortune discusses her recent book, An Edge Effect: Art & Ecology in the Nordic Landscape.
Was a high wall there that tried to stop me. A sign was painted said: Private Property, But on the back side it didn’t say nothing — [This land was made for you and me.] — Woody Guthrie, This Land is Your Land
Allison Brown considers the recent decision to raise the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s admission from free to $18 and its effects on surrounding low-income neighborhoods.