The sound artists discuss their recent site-specific projects and the revolutionary potential of reclaiming public space through sound.
Translating protest into sculpture.
The lossy poetics of Magenheimer’s video script-cum-publication embraces the split self of the information age.
A foundational sound artist presents a career-spanning overview.
Sculpture that connects architecture and the body.
Sculpture made from shattered dishware.
The two artists discuss pleasure and participatory viewership in their work, and how each is linked to opposing qualities of discomfort and alienation.
Discipline, resistance, and care flow through the performance artist’s work.
Dawn Clements (1958–2018) was an artist based in Brooklyn. Her paintings and drawings captured her immediate surroundings as well as architectural interiors from films.
The human element of architecture.
Two years back, in the midst of anthropological research about the science and culture of wave monitoring and modeling in the Netherlands, I joined in an event called Waterwolf 2016, a flood preparedness exercise staged in the small municipality of Marken, just twenty kilometers outside Amsterdam. I
The artists discuss a specially commissioned sculpture for the Carnegie International.
An embarrassing incident at the Kremlin (from 2015? was it 2016?): in which women invited to an International Woman’s Day photo with Mr. Vladimir Putin arrive in high heels, much to the fear of Mr. Putin’s staff who are there to witness several tall women towering over the Russian Federation president.
These drawings are from a series of 210 on view at the Graham Foundation in Chicago as part of Torkwase Dyson and the Wynter-Wells School through July 28, 2018.
A taste of what’s to come at Manhattan’s new space for multidisciplinary programming.
Making interiors exterior.
Painting and architectural space.
Making urban history visible.
Mapping an architectural dreamspace.