Continuing our ongoing feature on ‘instituent practices,’ Sarrita Hunn sits down with artist Ahmet Öğüt and asks six questions related to empowerment and support.
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For Document V, Ryan Thayer: Dayparting consists of a photograph, sound and online playlist of music selected by Temporary Art Review contributors.
Temporary Art Review is pleased to announce Document V, a five-year anniversary celebration that will take place March 25th – May 20th, 2016 at The Luminary.
Inspired by Ad Reinhardt’s “How to Look at Art” series, “How to…Make an (Alternative) Institution” was created for Make Things (Happen), a participatory project organized by Christine Wong Yap.
Here is third in our series reports from the “Outer Regions: Roundtables and Public Panel Discussion.” This audio essay focuses on the third roundtable, “Altered Institutions,” which included Nikki Hamblin, founder of PROJEXx Studio and Gallery in Johnson City, TN.
Selecting residencies, fellowships, grants, and opportunities to apply to can involve research, past experience, word of mouth, and hefty a dose of intuition. Yet artists accrue unpaid hours at their own risk with every submission…