By Sarah Moroz
MAY 2021 | Art Books
Not only a visual showcase of overlooked images, this book further underscores how classifying, sifting, and intuiting what is essential from ones own production is key to the artistic process, perhaps as much as the creative act itself. It shows how sidelined work can be reconsidered and even reframe a legacy, be it the way the artist regards the work, or the way viewers do.
By Joey Sims
APRIL 2021 | Theater
Online performance series Theater in Quarantine created a two-hander about bed bugs, which broke new ground for the company but nearly broke them in the process.