by Mathias Svalina
JUL-AUG 2018 | Fiction
These are dreams written for the Dream Delivery Service. With the Dream Delivery Service I take subscribers &, every day for a month, I write & deliver dreams to them. To subscribers in the city I’m in, I deliver the dreams before dawn via bike; to subscribers residing further away, I mail the dreams.
by Daniel Gerwin
DEC 18-JAN 19 | ArtSeen
Four and Twenty Blackbirds (2018) is subdivided by a tree whose branches spread across the canvas, filling it with foliage painted by means of closely packed green dots, patches of sky denoted by blue dots, and passages of red dots interspersed throughout. Written inside of a branch, the width of the rectangle, is the line “Four and twenty blackbirds—baked in a pie, oh my oh my!” Williams pushes this nursery rhyme into more troubling territory through the presence of the tree, which for Williams is an inescapable image of lynching.