Continuing our ongoing feature on ‘instituent practices,’ Sarrita Hunn sits down with artist Ahmet Öğüt and asks six questions related to empowerment and support.
Valentina Sansone interviews London-based collaborative, They Are Here, about civic practice, precarity, and their recent projects on contract work and speculative finance at Tate Modern and Konsthall C.
lauren woods is a conceptual artist who works with film, video, performance and site-specific installations that address systems of power and suppression.
Casco Director Binna Choi and Temporary editor James McAnally consider what an art institution for the commons consists of, new habits of working together within and beyond institutions, and how Casco, among an expanding network of commoners, could contribute to collective actions in order to radically change our way of working and living.
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.
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.
Jimena Sarno’s current show at LACE, home away from, develops on the political constructions of surveillance, protest and materiality inspired by the interconnections between the image of Hollywood flats and the holding blocks constructed at the site of the border.
During a recent weekend at Press Press, we gathered to talk about the latest issue of Scroll, an all intern produced annual publication by The Contemporary in Baltimore.