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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.   Advertisements

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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 Saikeerthi 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 Saikeerthi 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

Interview: Susan M B Chen

By Cornelia Smith, Columbia University. “Susan and I met last semester in John Miller’s Art Criticism class. It wasn’t until I attended the opening of Diaries—a show she curated in the hallway connecting her and two other MFA students’ studios

Interview: Susan M B Chen

By Cornelia Smith, Columbia University. “Susan and I met last semester in John Miller’s Art Criticism class. It wasn’t until I attended the opening of Diaries—a show she curated in the hallway connecting her and two other MFA students’ studios

Interview: Qinmin Liu

By Mary Ma, Barnard College Choreographer, performer, entrepreneur, Real Player… There isn’t one word or phrase that can encompass the multi-dimensionality of Qinmin Liu and her artistic practice. Her recent performance, QINGNI QINMIN, the second chapter of Real Player 56

Interview: Qinmin Liu

By Mary Ma, Barnard College Choreographer, performer, entrepreneur, Real Player… There isn’t one word or phrase that can encompass the multi-dimensionality of Qinmin Liu and her artistic practice. Her recent performance, QINGNI QINMIN, the second chapter of Real Player 56

On the Chimeric Subject

By Aaron Su, Columbia University Originally published in the 2018 print edition. The question of selfhood has occupied a central problematic in nearly all the work of multidisciplinary queer artist and punk icon Vaginal Davis. Most notably, Davis is “the key

On the Chimeric Subject

By Aaron Su, Columbia University Originally published in the 2018 print edition. The question of selfhood has occupied a central problematic in nearly all the work of multidisciplinary queer artist and punk icon Vaginal Davis. Most notably, Davis is “the key

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Pinup

Pinup (2017) Mixed media collage By Jasmine Weber, Columbia University Originally published in the 2018 print edition.

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Pinup

Pinup (2017) Mixed media collage By Jasmine Weber, Columbia University Originally published in the 2018 print edition.

Fibrous Depths: John Paul Morabito’s Woven “Frottage”

By Anastatia Spicer, Hampshire College Originally published in the 2018 print edition. Surfaces are typically envisioned to be sites of differentiation, where self/other, object/subject are defined. The structure of weaving and supple qualities of cloth are a unique alternative to understanding surfaces

Fibrous Depths: John Paul Morabito’s Woven “Frottage”

By Anastatia Spicer, Hampshire College Originally published in the 2018 print edition. Surfaces are typically envisioned to be sites of differentiation, where self/other, object/subject are defined. The structure of weaving and supple qualities of cloth are a unique alternative to understanding surfaces

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Input Output I and Input Output II

Input Output I and Input Output II (2017) Digital embroidery on linen By Ella Viscardi, Barnard College Originally published in the 2018 print edition.

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Input Output I and Input Output II

Input Output I and Input Output II (2017) Digital embroidery on linen By Ella Viscardi, Barnard College Originally published in the 2018 print edition.