Although Joan Jonas might not work in the same public, ad-hoc settings, her recent work connects live performance, drawing, and live-feed video in a circular fashion to carve out new depths.
Portland artist Damien Gilley discusses movement & perception in his installations, designed around a single viewpoint where the work completes itself.
Ali Fitzgerald investigates artist projects that uncover the inherent biases of institutions—especially when reckoning with a history of colonization.
In this personal essay, artist Iké Udé discusses the development of illusion in his work from the 1990s to today.
Seattle artist Dave Kennedy shares the motivations behind his photographic collages that investigate perceptions of urban spaces.
Guest editor and director of El Museo del Barrio introduces the theme of our new issue, “Illusion,” through his current exhibition “The Illusive Eye.”
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