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Brianna Leatherbury

BRIANNA LEATHERBURY is an interdisciplinary artist and writer based in Brooklyn.

Zoe Leonard: Survey

Zoe Leonard: Survey begins directly with Leonard’s images. Devoid of preface or foreword as guidance, the viewer must grapple with the unassuming yet assertive images, driven by their capacity to look.

Ed Atkins’s A Primer for Cadavers

In his works, image and text are so deeply intertwined with one another that they nearly operate as one. A Primer for Cadavers, Atkin’s first collection of writing, is devoid of the visual immersion accustom to his work.

en plein air: Ethnographies of the Digital

The six chapter anthology attempts to apply this approach to a survey of the digital in global culture. Each of the key words in this problem are resoundingly relevant in the notion of the “digital,” a word associated with duplication, with loss and losslessness of information, multiplicity of images, and communication.

Public Knowledge: Selected Writings by Michael Asher

Compiled and edited by art historian Kirsi Peltomäki, this collection engages with the notion of a record, illuminating the varying roles of the artist, archive, and editor in shaping an artist’s narrative

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUNE 2020

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