In and Out of Virtual Space: An Interview with Robert Burnier

In and Out of Virtual Space: An Interview with Robert Burnier

While dérive was a response to physical urban spaces, we also experience our contemporary urban geography through virtual structures, with populations acting in concert with communications networks and sets of common interfaces and devices, etc. In my work, I’ve put virtual and physical spaces on par in certain ways. They are both material for use.

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

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

1. Ground Floor at Hyde Park Art Center Co-curated by Dawoud Bey, Michelle Grabner, Caroline Picard, and Daniel Sauter, Allison Peters Quinn and Kate Lorenz, with work by Evan Baden, Hannah Barco, Greg Browe, Houston Cofield, Maggie Crowley, Barbara Diener, Assaf...
Chicago Art in Pictures: New Capital

Chicago Art in Pictures: New Capital

This week, independent of one another, Chicago-based writers Caroline Picard and Jason Foumberg both raised questions related to sustainability in the art world. Within the context of Bad at Sports, Picard wondered about communal failure, ethics, and Utopia,...