Julia Cole revisits the 2016 Common Field Convening and asks “How can we model an organization that reflects the future we wish to inhabit?”
How does a forum such as Common Field compromise its capacity to be a critical body by not insisting on holding the space for open-ended struggle?
Why is that dialogue lacking? Is it lacking, or is it relative? You can’t critique…when there are so few ways to hold space for those words.
by Patricia Margarita Hernandez & Natalia Zuluaga Part A. The Set Up, A Pitch. The 2008 crash forced Contemporary Art..
As the Common Field Convening draws closer, I wonder what, if anything, is left to add to conversations on gentrification...
To dale! or calmate… A heartfelt attempt at intellectually engaging the idea of speed in relation to Miami
…To empty the streets; it’s enough to promise everyone the highway. – Paul Virilio 0. Literally everything is always moving...
Rob Goyanes reviews Poem: Videos, a multi-channel poetry video installation from Antonia Wright at the Screening Room, Miami.
Rob Goyanes reviews Sounds Like, a recent group exhibition at Dimensions Variable in Miami.