Articles Posted by Melaney Ann Mitchell

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Melaney Ann Mitchell is an artist, writer, and organizer based in Kansas City, Missouri. She is the Founder and Editor at Large Editor of Informality Blog, an online platform for documenting the conversation about Kansas City contemporary art and culture. In addition, Mitchell is a current studio resident at The Drugstore in midtown. In the past, she was a Co-Director/Curator at a PLUG Projects and Director of Subterranean Gallery.
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Sitting in a church basement, on a restored pew, I was waiting for the second loop of Cauleen Smith’s film Soujourner (2018).  The film, …

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(When confronted with a mirror) “You’re either looking for yourself or you’re trying to avoid your reflection in a mirror. Never about “me” but …

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Open Spaces is still on our minds in Kansas City. The festival showcased work that embraced the city’s creative growth giving a preview of …

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Our human perspectives have shifted with the rise of technology as well as our cached and tracked online personas. We recognize ourselves now as …

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Meditation for Computers was a meditation for our own cyborg minds. Donna Haraway famously wrote about the concept of being a cyborg; a hybrid …

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The following is an informal response to the First Friday opening reception of Recreationical Serentorium, a collaborative installation by Monica Dixon and Annie Woodfill …

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We’re all searching for who we are. We rely upon Google as an oracle to give us meaning and occasional ‘answers’. With a world …

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There is a link between Well Loved Ones, Melissa McGrath’s solo show at PLUG Projects and the recent group exhibition at La Esquina All …

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Philip Bakala and Emily Wilker are studio neighbors at Vulpes Bastille in the East Crossroads. They have a longstanding relationship with one another’s studio …

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Sean Starowitz is a visual artist, activist, and civic leader currently based in Bloomington, Indiana where he works for the City’s Arts and Culture …

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