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 Matt Turner
SEPT 2019 | Film
With nonfiction films that deal with a political subject, form can often be a secondary concern. This is particularly true of films about activist movements, wherein the individual depicting the organization can become so embroiled in its particularities that the resulting film ends up a mere record, or worse, a recounting, a mass of information and little else.