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Suspension

Suspension, 2018 Graphite on bristol By Daniel Stroh, Metropolitan State University of Denver Originally published in the 2019 print edition. Advertisements

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Suspension

Suspension, 2018 Graphite on bristol By Daniel Stroh, Metropolitan State University of Denver Originally published in the 2019 print edition.

In Which Humanness Rests

By Oscar yi Hou, Columbia University Originally published in the 2019 print edition. 1. Negative Space “My relationship to my paintings are like my relationships to people.” (Jennifer Packer, 2017)1 Subjects melt into red earth in Graces, a painting of

In Which Humanness Rests

By Oscar yi Hou, Columbia University Originally published in the 2019 print edition. 1. Negative Space “My relationship to my paintings are like my relationships to people.” (Jennifer Packer, 2017)1 Subjects melt into red earth in Graces, a painting of

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Infertile Soil

  Infertile Soil, 2018 Cotton-nylon hand-woven cloth with screen printed devoré burnout By Mary Champagne, Maryland Institute College of Art Originally published in the 2019 print edition.

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Infertile Soil

  Infertile Soil, 2018 Cotton-nylon hand-woven cloth with screen printed devoré burnout By Mary Champagne, Maryland Institute College of Art Originally published in the 2019 print edition.

Lee Ufan and the Art of Margins

By Allison Yoo, Barnard College. Originally published in the 2019 print edition. Lee Ufan was a Korean-born artist, working primarily in Japan beginning in 1956.1 Throughout his career, Lee participated in multiple art movements, though he is most well known

Lee Ufan and the Art of Margins

By Allison Yoo, Barnard College. Originally published in the 2019 print edition. Lee Ufan was a Korean-born artist, working primarily in Japan beginning in 1956.1 Throughout his career, Lee participated in multiple art movements, though he is most well known

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Utopia Study

Utopia Study, 2018 Photographs By Anderson Peguero II, Columbia University Originally published in our 2019 print edition.

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Utopia Study

Utopia Study, 2018 Photographs By Anderson Peguero II, Columbia University Originally published in our 2019 print edition.

Mandalas and Black Holes: The Effects of the Flicker Film on Human Consciousness

By Jason Ooi, New York University Originally published in the 2019 print edition. An article from legendary avant-garde publication International Times contains some of the only discourse on Paul Sharits’s elusive film Ray Gun Virus (1966). Writer David Curtis begins

Mandalas and Black Holes: The Effects of the Flicker Film on Human Consciousness

By Jason Ooi, New York University Originally published in the 2019 print edition. An article from legendary avant-garde publication International Times contains some of the only discourse on Paul Sharits’s elusive film Ray Gun Virus (1966). Writer David Curtis begins

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das richtige Licht

das richtige Licht, 2018 paper collage, waxed thread by Sarah Courville, Barnard College Originally published in the 2019 print edition.  

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das richtige Licht

das richtige Licht, 2018 paper collage, waxed thread by Sarah Courville, Barnard College Originally published in the 2019 print edition.  

A Politics of Appearance

By Rani Rachavelpula Originally published in the 2019 print edition. Disquieted by the bulging eyes and gaping mouths of Swaihwe masks, Lévi-Strauss saw mythological representations not as isolated objects, but as aesthetic planes for the axes of life and death,

A Politics of Appearance

By Rani Rachavelpula Originally published in the 2019 print edition. Disquieted by the bulging eyes and gaping mouths of Swaihwe masks, Lévi-Strauss saw mythological representations not as isolated objects, but as aesthetic planes for the axes of life and death,

Friedel, Can You Hear Me?

By Blakey Bessire, Barnard College.   This is an image from page seven in David Wojnarowicz’s diary. It is page seven from his diary, labeled Human Head II, 1977, currently housed in the Fales Library collection at New York University.1

Friedel, Can You Hear Me?

By Blakey Bessire, Barnard College.   This is an image from page seven in David Wojnarowicz’s diary. It is page seven from his diary, labeled Human Head II, 1977, currently housed in the Fales Library collection at New York University.1

Relational Possibilities Beyond the Horizon Line

By Gianna Samms, Vassar College. — “[The horizon line] defined the limits of communication and understanding. Beyond the horizon, there was only muteness and silence. Within it, things could be made visible. But it could also be used for determining

Relational Possibilities Beyond the Horizon Line

By Gianna Samms, Vassar College. — “[The horizon line] defined the limits of communication and understanding. Beyond the horizon, there was only muteness and silence. Within it, things could be made visible. But it could also be used for determining