It’s a Dallas Day, Part 1: Leigh A. Arnold

It’s a Dallas Day, Part 1: Leigh A. Arnold

Over the coming months, the Bad at Sports blog is featuring quick glimpses of the art world as it exists in smaller cities across the country and around the world. Each glimpse is byway of some of the said city’s local characters, which include but are not...
Monumental Moments: Tony Tasset

Monumental Moments: Tony Tasset

Guest post by Daniel G. Baird Tony Tasset’s artworks consistently aim to destabilize and question our understanding of value.  Often perceived as humorous, whimsical or playful, the works poetically allude toward confrontations with mortality, timelessness and...
Out of the Mouths of Artists: Daniel G. Baird

Out of the Mouths of Artists: Daniel G. Baird

“Out of the Mouths of Artists” is a new bi-monthly series on the Bad at Sports blog. The series presents a space for guest artist bloggers– of varying career statuses– to write, to reflect, to pontificate on their current situations, failures and/or successes, and...
How We Work: An Interview With Jacob S. Knabb

How We Work: An Interview With Jacob S. Knabb

Guest post by A.Martinez Jacob S. Knabb is a true storyteller on the page, on the stage, and in real life. He is also an invaluable host and curator in Chicago’s literary scene and over the four years I’ve known Jacob, I’m grateful to have attended over a dozen of his...

A conversation with Renzo Martens at a cafe

This is work, somehow. Just talk about your own ideas and somebody else’s ideas that are fun and write about it. So many people talk about precarious labour in the arts, and it’s important I think, but it seems to be blind for half of the world’s population that never has a fucking cappuccino while thinking about one’s own ideas because they’re just working in mines and cleaning bedrooms and god knows what they’re all doing.