Top 5 Weekend Picks! (7/3-7/5)

Top 5 Weekend Picks! (7/3-7/5)

So, uh, it’s the weekend of Fourth of July. Which means there aren’t even five shows. So here, this is the one thing you should go to, if you’re not to busy getting trashed and shooting roman candles and bottle rockets at eachother: Complementary...
Economies of resignation

Economies of resignation

In blockbuster movies over the past five or ten years, corporations have replaced foreigners as the enemy. In Jurassic World, it is the careless desire for profit that drives a bunch of winkingly stereotypical characters to create a giant hybrid dinosaur that they...
Top 5 Weekend Picks! (6/19-6/21)

Top 5 Weekend Picks! (6/19-6/21)

1. At Large at Night Club Work by Doug Ischar. Night Club is located at 3325 N. Pulaski Rd. Reception Saturday, 6-9pm. 2. Grey Area at Western Exhibitions Work by Edie Fake. Western Exhibitions is located at 845 W. Washington Blvd. Reception Friday, 5-8pm. 3....
Paris on the Prairie: Part III

Paris on the Prairie: Part III

Ed. note: This is the third in a four part series hosted in collaboration with The Ladies Almanack, a feature-­length experimental narrative film written & directed by Daviel Shy, based on the novel of the same title by Djuna Barnes. This installment has been...
From the Road: Various Perfection

From the Road: Various Perfection

I recently visited The Phillips Collection in Washington D.C. Their permanent collection is well worth the visit, but I was lucky enough to see a pair of exhibitions: Man Ray — Human Equations: A Journey from Mathematics to Shakespeare and Hiroshi Sugimoto’s...
Notes On Blue: Interview with Moyra Davey

Notes On Blue: Interview with Moyra Davey

In the beginning of June, Moyra Davey premiered her most recent video Notes On Blue for the Walker Art Center’s 2015 Walker Moving Image Commissions. (The video is available for public viewing for a limited time at:...