Still Moving

Still Moving

I was missing the earth so much that I watched a 98 minute movie of the light changing from day to night high up in the Sierra Nevadas. The trees are beautiful in the way trees are, but not too showy. There is no discernible movement in the frame beyond the changing...
EDITION #17

EDITION #17

Fall already freaking jam packed with openings “The winter is coming” It’s official, Chicago artists are back from their residencies and vision quests and it is time for the fall gallery season. Inaugurated this weekend with about a million openings...
On Lascaux

On Lascaux

This piece was originally submitted to Chicago Artist Writers: Guest post by Daniel Baird In the recent Field Museum exhibition ‘Scenes from the Stone Age: The Cave Paintings of Lascaux,’ perfect replicas of a 20,000 year old archaeological site in the...
Top 10 Weekend Picks! (9/6-9/8)

Top 10 Weekend Picks! (9/6-9/8)

1. Cheap $kin$ at Zg Gallery Work by Amanda Elizabeth Joseph. Zg Gallery is located at 300 W. Superior St. Reception Friday, 6-8pm. 2. Nucleotide at Thomas Robertello Gallery Work by  Meow Wolf. Thomas Robertello Gallery is located at 27 N. Morgan St. Reception...
I AM MYSELF A CITIZEN OF NO MEAN CITY VOL. 4

I AM MYSELF A CITIZEN OF NO MEAN CITY VOL. 4

Hello friends, It has been a pleasure to be able to share my love for all things art in Indianapolis with you over the summer! This will be the final installment of my series. For this post I’d like to focus on looking forward at what Indianapolis has in store...
Back in the USSA: Zach Cahill’s final frontier

Back in the USSA: Zach Cahill’s final frontier

Two years after the first iteration of his epic USSA 2012 project opened at threewalls in 2011 in the form of the hyper-conceptual “orphanage project” (after a controversial Bad at Sports podcast about an orphanage the artist had allegedly proposed on the...