Semi Ryu applies her Korean ideas of storytelling, along with her art background in new media, to medical care.
Month: October 2021
Workhorse Queen explores the complexities of mainstream television’s impact on queer performance culture.
“The Grove” presents bedazzled utility poles with the kinds of artificial flowers, dangling sneakers and other materials often seen in impromptu urban or roadside memorials.
For the design of the shirt, Xiang drew upon a common motif in her own artistic practice: five apples
Works from the “Somewhere Over the Border” project depict migrants in their strength—possessing a past and dreaming a future.
Slavick’s visual and written essay “Axes of Access” is a meditation on walls in many contemporary nations and in cultures.
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Now on view at the Miller ICA, “Spirits Roaming on the Earth” is the first major monographic survey of the work of Jacobly Satterwhite.
John Early and Noah Cohan talk with Professor Lyndon Barrois Jr about his “Of Color” exhibition for the 2016 Great Rivers Biennial at CAM St. Louis.
One solo and one collaborative effort with her partner Erin Dawson, received a glowing review from Vanessa Ague in The Wire.