Report from Indianapolis: Lauren Zoll

Report from Indianapolis: Lauren Zoll

Guest post by Nicole Mauser I recently visited the studio of Indianapolis-based artist, Lauren Zoll. Her work oscillates between drawing, painting, sculpture, video and installation. Throughout the studio visit some large and reflective black latex paint sculptures...
Lovely Planet and the Violent Video Game

Lovely Planet and the Violent Video Game

One of my earliest memories of playing video games: I’m sitting in my dad’s office playing Wolfenstein 3D and my grandfather walks in. He walks slowly and methodically; he’s elderly, but every time he drives it’s right there on his license plate: a purple heart from...
Invitation to a Séance

Invitation to a Séance

Generalized humans, shapes in watercolor, stand in front of a world that looks like a swirling snow globe. Scrawled across Zachary Cahill’s promotional banners and digital photographs of watercolors, are questions: “What is a painting? Why do we still do...
Top 5 Weekend Picks! (9/12-9/14)

Top 5 Weekend Picks! (9/12-9/14)

1. Say Everything at Lloyd Dobler Gallery Work by Edra Soto. Lloyd Dobler Gallery is located at 1545 W. Division St. Reception Friday, 6-10pm. 2. Polypersephony at Iceberg Projects Work by Nayland Blake and Claire Pentecost. Iceberg Projects is located at 7714 N....
Hotel Show

Hotel Show

I’m typing this on my phone, the only possible way at the moment, so apologizes for its brutish nature. Apologizes because I’m in the middle of the woods, 30 + miles from even a small town, and it seems like I’ve left it all behind but the clicky...
Forming myself ideologically with Carla Herrera-Prats

Forming myself ideologically with Carla Herrera-Prats

I met Carla Herrera-Prats—artist and co-founder of Camel Collective—at SOMA in the San Pedro de los Pinos neighborhood of Mexico City, near the Mercado San Pedro de los Pinos, famous for its fish. SOMA, a space for reflection and discussion of contemporary art, runs...