Monthly Archives: December 2017
Empathy in Training: Kerry Tribe’s “Standardized Patient”
Kerry Tribe’s new video installation “Standardized Patient,” examines the relationship between doctors and patients—or, more accurately, between medical students and actors playing patients.
Orawan Arunrak: Words to Communicate
With a practice based loosely on choreographed interactions between the artist, various interlocutors, and the spaces and places that they share, Thai artist Orawan Arunrak complicates categories of identity and perception by creating work with many meanings, in many languages, for many people.
How Did We Get Here? A Reading List for Understanding Race in America
Artist Cauleen Smith and “Culture Type” editor Victoria L. Valentine select twelve texts that offer rare perspectives on the central role race plays in American life.