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An online space for insightful writing on contemporary art and artists
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  • 06/06/16--10:16: It Is, It Isn’t
  • In this personal essay, artist Iké Udé discusses the development of illusion in his work from the 1990s to today.

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  • 06/24/16--05:54: Tension To Complete
  • Portland artist Damien Gilley discusses movement & perception in his installations, designed around a single viewpoint where the work completes itself.

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  • 07/08/16--08:59: Things That Look Like Me
  • New Orleans-based artist Vinsantos shares how he came to handcraft glamorous, dazzling dolls.

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  • 07/18/16--12:38: Queer Secrets Exposed
  • Artist and DJ Vera Rubin considers the nuance in finding the right kind and amount of exposure for art that originated underground.

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  • 07/22/16--08:51: On Exposure
  • Artist Matthew Morrocco considers photography's historical significance, and its enduring relevance in an image-driven world.

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    Mexican-American painter Tino Rodriguez describes four themes explored in his exotic, mystical work: the self, dreams, gender, and fairy tales.

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  • 04/19/17--11:20: Touch/Don’t Touch
  • Artist Gabrielle Civil shares the freedom her performance practice has brought her, and the frustration of dealing with oblivious racism in 2017.

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    Erin Sweeny recounts her performative action of walking the length of Manhattan on Good Friday, and relates the project to other artists who incorporate walking in their practice.

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  • 08/17/17--07:23: Why Wishes Matter
  • Amanda Long shares the motivation behind her public artwork, "Wishing Well," which gives people a space in which to dream.

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  • 08/22/17--07:28: A Safe Place
  • Artist and Stanford professor Jonathan Calm reflects on the vastly different experiences conveyed in two photographs he took of the Lorraine Motel—one in black-and-white and the other in color.

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    Filmmaker Natalia Almada considers the subjectivity involved in the creation of both her documentary and fiction projects.