Posts Tagged: Laurie Anderson

Dangers Imagined and Real

Artifacts at the End of a Decade, an unbound artists’ book consisting of 44 unique pieces of photography, ceramics, fiber, print, clothing, painting, and drawing

This week’s contributing writer, Jessica Scott, is a 3rd year MFA candidate in Studio Arts at the University of Massachusetts Amherst where her research and multidisciplinary art practice focuses on feminisms, bodily autonomy, imaginative ecologies and public history.   In early Fall 2019, my co-curator Jill Hughes and I decided to show the artists’ book… Read more »

An Evening with Barbara London: Video/Art the First Fifty Years, at MoMA

A grainy black and white film still showing a woman's face, painted with symbols, in front of a series of interlocking lines

This week’s contributing author, Ehm West, is an artist, writer, and researcher based in New York with a focus in Black queer counter-narratives and the relationship between sound and moving image. They are the co-curator of Ellipsis, a roaming screening series based in New York and Spain. West has assisted in producing Barbara London’s upcoming… Read more »