Megan N. Liberty
MEGAN N. LIBERTY is a writer based in Brooklyn. Her interests include text and image, artists' books and ephemera, and archive curatorial practices.
APR 2017 | Art Books
Can reading be a form of making? And if reading is making, what, then, of publishing? Two recent publications take these questions as their starting points.
JUL-AUG 2016 | Art Books
Some artists, such as Bianca Stone and Jon-Michael Frank, are responding to the new order of things through the genre of poetry comics, which combine illustrations with brief lines of text.
MAR 2016 | Art Books
The British art critic Lawrence Alloway, one of the earliest theorists of Pop Art, wrote that the “term [Pop Art] refers to the use of popular art sources by fine artists: movie stills, science fiction, advertisements, games boards, heroes of the mass media.”
OCT 2015 | Art Books
John Cage’s musical compositions are known for requiring a high level of interpretation on the part of the musician: they are more of a collaboration with the composer than a direct translation of written notes into auditory musical form.