Tag Archives: Cultural ReProducers
Morning We three sing, “I’m an alligator, I’m a mama-papa coming for you. I’m the space invader…” David Bowie’s Moonage..
The Atlantic magazine has just bafflingly proclaimed the arts “A Field Where Working Moms Aren’t Punished” just a few months..
Jennifer Reeder is a filmmaker and visual artist who constructs very personal narratives about landscapes, coincidence and trauma. She has..
For artist/mother/academic/activist Lena Simic, art-activism and parenting are inextricably linked. She and her family (partner Gary and children Sid, Neal,..
Selina Trepp is a Swiss-American artist whose work explores economy and improvisation. Finding a balance between the intuitive and conceptual is..
Sarah Neville’s recent practice incorporates an ongoing series of Family-in-Residence projects to creatively explore the environment, human impact, and the next generation.
Making It profiles cultural producers creating the systems of support they need in the art community. The events, spaces, and..
Continuing our feature with Cultural Reproducers’ focus on artist-parents is an interview with Cándida Alvarez, a painter known for vibrantly layered abstractions that dismantle and remix an array of influences that cut across pop culture, modern art, world news and personal memory.