In Conversation with Lawrence Abu Hamdan
“I’m often tasked with analyzing violent content at the threshold of human experience, but I believe a careful analysis of these extreme acoustic experiences teaches us how listening can operate more generally as a collective tool for political action.”
The Brooklyn Rail
On “The Exhibit”
Artists constantly compete for validation, resources and attention—a condition The Hirshhorn Museum pretends is entertaining on its new reality show.
Los Angeles Times
On Nadya Tolokonnikova
“What is the point of revolution that leads right back to finance bros getting all the benefit? … This is the first time when anarchy is not just a promise, it’s actually something achievable.”
On Invisible Images
As computer vision and AI increasingly influence day-to-day affairs, a loose group of artists reveals the invisible images at the center of these systems.