An Interview with Artist Steven Husby

An Interview with Artist Steven Husby

Guest Post by Robert Burnier   After seeing Steven Husby’s exhibition, BRUTE FORCe, at 65GRAND, I had the opportunity to catch up with him and ask if we could dig a little deeper into his process. There were several aspects of my earlier writing on his show...
Steven Husby: BRUTE FORCe at 65GRAND

Steven Husby: BRUTE FORCe at 65GRAND

Husby’s work is a studied exercise in emergence and the way that severe restrictions can somewhat paradoxically throw subtle expression and gesture into great relief.

Guest Post by Jamie Kazay

Guest Post by Jamie Kazay

Barbie and La Nouvelle Vague (part 1) It is my interest in what Jean Luc Godard thought about Barbie, if he ever thought about Barbie, which leads me here. Pick out any one of his films as a point of reference and watch for the female protagonist. She has the...
When The World Is Mud-luscious

When The World Is Mud-luscious

Spring always makes me anxious for that magical transition eulogized in William Carlos Williams’ The Botticellian Trees: The alphabet of the trees is fading in the song of the leaves Unfortunately, right now e.e. cummings’ in Just – may be a more accurate...
Aris Georgiades

Aris Georgiades

by Richard Holland I went to law school and pursued my MA/MFA at the same time. From the academic institution/professorial perspective I suspect this made me a first class pain-in-the-ass. Pity my art professors. I hear they have all recovered well, although I don’t...