Shotgun Reviews are an open forum where we invite the international art community to contribute timely, short-format responses to an exhibition or event. If you are interested in submitting a Shotgun Review, please click this link for more information. In this Shotgun Review, Tanya Gayer reviews Bechdel Test Movie Night: Foxy Brown at New Parkway Theater in Oakland. Foxy Brown (1974) is widely described as a blaxploitation film—a genre that[…..]
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Today from our friends at Kadist, we present a video interview with Adriana Lara. In it, Michele Fiedler talks with Lara about her relationship to the readymade, the exhibition, and the wearable. This video was originally published October 6, 2015.
Here at Daily Serving, we’re thankful for you—our fantastic community of writers, editors, and readers—and for the labor of arts workers around the world who enrich our lives every day. And while we celebrate, we’ll also be thinking of the arbitrariness of national borders, and of people who move toward a better life and are greeted with compassion and hospitality.
Today from our partners at Art Practical, we bring you In the Dressing Room with Coco Fusco by Patricia Maloney and Moira Roth. In it, Coco Fusco takes us behind the scenes of her performance as Dr. Zira, the animal psychologist from Planet of the Apes, at Yerba Buena’s Radical Presence exhibition. As she removes her monkey costume backstage, Fusco opens up about performance and uniforms, economic violence, and[…..]
From our friends at BmoreArt, today we bring you an interview with artist Sterling Wells. Although the exhibition discussed took place in July at Metropolitan Structures, author Jan Razauskas notes “…the ideas within the work, as well as the new existence of the gallery, are relevant and worthy of consideration.” This article was originally published on October 17, 2015. Well above the tree line, inside[…..]
By further playing up these perspectives through the massive scale of the photographs, Graham leaves a viewer feeling uncomfortable about accepting these imposing yet generic visualizations of economic standing.
In these projects Syjuco harnesses technologies of distribution and reproduction—the web, photography, and 3D scanning and printing—to create objects that reveal the tangled history of colonization and cultural hybridization.