By David Rhodes
FEB 2018 | ArtSeen
Identification between body and things is of central importance to Mark di Suvero’s sculpture and other works.
By Zach Davidson
OCT 2019 | Books
Neoliberal boredom is the main focus of Wish I Were Here. It hinges on a kind of cannibalistic pointlessness, whereby we produce and consume ourselves at a cost of our own satisfaction by design. Because if we were satisfiedby scrolling, via swiping, through postingour engagement with these respective platforms would end (at least temporarily), which would not be in the interest of their makers, of their shareholders, who, in this attention economy, covet our eyes, our thumbs, our clicks for all time.