Continuing our feature on race and privilege with ARTS.BLACK, Charlie Tatum interviews Tameka Norris on her cross-continental practice, her alter-ego Meka Jean and working as an artist in the America South.
The two day conference “What Now? Collaboration and Collectivity” at The New School attempted to tackle dilemmas of institutionalization and explore alternative models for art collectives and organizations.
Temporary continent. maps the unstable tributaries of contributions, reflections, and media arising from Mississippi. An Anthropocene River and its research procession. The project is a collaboration between two experimental publishing collectives, continent. and Temporary Art Review, both concerned with the amplification, modulation, and circulation of community voices on both sides of the Atlantic, and beyond.