By Darla Migan
MAY 2020 | ArtSeen
In what now seems like prescient thinking borne out of a creative collaboration, the exhibition Things on Walls at Affective Carean operating medical office specializing in psycho-interventionist treatmentexplores sculpture in a variety of mediums, including ceramics, wood, cast paper, resin, metal, and video. Organized by New Discretions, a curatorial project by Benjamin Tischer of Invisible-Exports, the show includes 17 works that play in the overlaps of inner life understood as both designed physical space and psycho-sensory interiority.
By Adrienne Edwards
NOV 2020 | Critics Page
This summers persistent melee of images and videos circulating in news reports and on social media of the extrajudicial, gratuitously violent deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor and the collective uprisings they incited under the mantra Black Lives Matter drew me out of the intensity of that present moment and into a descent imbricated and wedded by the beholding of the inextricable combinatory assembly that is embodied Blackness, acts of barbarity, and a yearning for intimacy.