Bloodlines counters heteropatriarchic narratives of fluid and the body with work meditating on the reproductive body, emotional labor, and power. by Andy Johnson
Emily Mae Smith’s art historical and illustrative paintings summon Marxist interpretations of the performativity of gender. by Frances Barker
Eden Osucha speaks with filmmaker Natalie Bookchin about the phenomenon of video self-portraiture in the internet age, and what it means for resistance and identity.
Ann Hirsch will probably defy most expectations of a feminist artist thinking about gender, social media, and the implications of shame and display.
PLATFORM PROJECTS/WALKS positions Julie Poitras Santos as artist-as-curator, who has included fifteen artists and practitioners who’ll be leading walks, giving lectures, discussing readings, and presenting video works through August 14.
Lia Wilson reviews the site-specificity and flattening of time of S P E C T A C U L A R B L A C K D E A T H as part of the series A Long Wait.
Ken Ueno’s Fortress Brass employs the musical and architectural languages of wartime to imagine a friendlier, more beautiful alternative.