by Maya Chung
MAY 2018 | Books
At the hospital bedside of his dying mother, Julián Herbert, the narrator of Tomb Song, oscillates between memories of his youth in Mexico and musings on his mother’s decline.
by Ida Pruitt
JUNE 2018 | ArtSeen
The first view of Jordan Wolfson’s sixteen-channel video installation is of its back, a hulking mass of wires, monitors and media players arranged in an upright grid on purple carpet that covers the gallery floor. Suspense is built into the approach: one has to round the corner of this monolith to access the main event.