Tag Archives: capitalism

Rise to Rust, Rust to Ashes, Ashes to Rise

Rise to Rust, Rust to Ashes, Ashes to Rise

Writer Sarah Rose Sharp reflects on rust’s metaphorical role as both an element of neglect and an indicator of potential within a cycle of continuous rebirth.

ruminations on rust

ruminations on rust

Writer Adrienne Maree Brown offers a poetic tribute to her adopted city of Detroit.

Mount Rushmore: An Early Placemaking Abomination

Mount Rushmore: An Early Placemaking Abomination

Writers J. L. S. Brosky and D. G. Brosky offer a critique of creative placemaking and one of the U.S.’s earliest examples, Mount Rushmore.

Season 8 Preview: Minerva Cuevas

Season 8 Preview: Minerva Cuevas

A look at the work of artist Minerva Cuevas, featured in Season 8 of Art in the Twenty-First Century, premiering on PBS this fall.

More than Human: From the Politics of Plastics to Shifting our Species Into the Unknown

More than Human: From the Politics of Plastics to Shifting our Species Into the Unknown

Morehshin Allahyari and Daniel Rourke’s project Additivism uses 3D printing to reach untethered ways of thinking and being.

An Avatar of Self: A Conversation with Mira Schor (Part 1)

An Avatar of Self: A Conversation with Mira Schor (Part 1)

In her final post, our March bloggerin-residence interviews artist and writer Mira Schor.