by Megan N. Liberty
MAR 2018 | Art Books
Imagine if writing was a purely visual endeavor without linguistic or syntactical meaning. Could we read the curves and slants, thickness, and size of the lines like we would alphabetical or pictorial characters? The writings and drawings of Mirtha Dermisache and Renee Gladman beg these questions.
by Madeline Weisburg
APR 2018 | Art Books
Within the universe of Julie Aults workin the dozens of exhibitions staged as a member of the collective Group Material, pages written on her artistic heroes, and histories recorded on alternative and hard-to-categorize creative practiceschronologies and an accompanying interrogation of the structures that guide them are perennial matters of concern.