Anna Burckhardt explores the process and motivations behind the anthropomorphic symmetry in Cristina Camacho’s painting series, “Bilateral Dissections.”
Annah Anti-Palindrome’s original poem for the issue, “Balance In B-Flat Minor,” is a visual interpretation of Chopin’s Sonata No.2, Op. 35, and takes the form of annotated sheet music.
Lindsay Preston Zappas reviews Kathleen Ryan’s recent sculpture exhibition at Ghebaly Gallery, “Weightless Again” —a reclamation of feminine modernism.
“Balance” guest editor Lewis Wallace introduces the issue with an investigation into the challenges of obtaining journalistic balance.
Artist and DJ Vera Rubin considers the nuance in finding the right kind and amount of exposure for art that originated underground.
Jenn Pascoe finds resonance in Sarah Sze’s discussion of flexibility in the Season 6 “Balance” episode of “Art in the Twenty-First Century,” on PBS.
No matter where you live, you can Occupy. Conceptual artist Mikal Czech offers a series of proposals to get you started.
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