On Tetsuya Ishida
Ishida’s blend of surrealist satire and social realism explores the mechanophilia at the heart of modern alienation.
On Alix Vernet
Vernet’s mirror-glazed casts of decorated tenements read as eulogies for a Manhattan that more proudly wore its working-class history.
In Conversation with Lawrence Abu Hamdan
“A careful analysis of 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