Crying in Public Part 3: Losing the Faith

Crying in Public Part 3: Losing the Faith

This article is part 3 in a series of stand alone kvetching about the state of the artworld. The opinions expressed within are held by a big baby, and not the blogs they are found on. There is no need to read them all, but if your beverage of choice is Haterade, then...
The Curtain is Drawn

The Curtain is Drawn

Theatrical sets allow for the real world to be transformed into the internal world. Against complete darkness, imagine a stage light illuminating one room within a house. Walls, hallways and exterior walls of the house are constructed out of the absence of light,...
Where Is Here: an Interview with Brett Kashmere

Where Is Here: an Interview with Brett Kashmere

Like so many in our worlds, Brett Kashmere’s engagement with art spans making, writing, teaching, curating, editing and organizing. Perhaps more impressively, he’s good at each of these. His subjects often pertain to history, collective identity, sports...
Realigning our Sight: An Interview with MK Guth

Realigning our Sight: An Interview with MK Guth

Midway through our studio visit, MK Guth told me about a compass—her father’s compass to be precise—that, throughout her childhood, was contained in the tackle box on her family’s boat. After countless summers of relying on this particular compass to navigate...