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A big ol’ thanks to our second guest Rachel Gregor! see more of her work on http://www.rachelgregor.com/ Image Credits are as follows: SWxC Street …

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We’re super excited to share with you our first episode of Roof Chill featuring Garry Noland Huge thanks to our first guest Garry Noland …

WRITING

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Megan Pobywajlo does not think of her photographs as separate entities. Although they can stand alone, for her, they exist relationally within the space …

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The concept of ‘healthy’ contains a multitude of definitions; asking how human society defines the tools of normalcy for our physical and mental states. …

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“It is not necessary to create a world, but the possibility of a world” Jean-Luc Goddard(( Jean-Luc Godard cited in Robert Stam (ed.), Reflexivity in …

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Congratulations! You’ve done it. You’ve made it out of your house to this show. You’ve peeled yourself from the warmth of your bed, put …

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“The black aesthetic turns on a dialectic of luxuriant withholding – abundance and lack push technique over the edge of refusal so that the …

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A labyrinth evolves before us in Barry Anderson’s The Janus Restraint, the ongoing multimedia project begun in 2012. Anderson has created a kaleidoscope of …

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To acknowledge intellectually that one’s identity is fluid and intersectional is one endeavor; to make this visible through physical objects is another challenge altogether. …

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The following essay is a revisit to the current state of arts writing in KC by Founder & Senior Editor Melaney Ann Mitchell with …

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‘Cause there is no love Where there is no bramble – Bill Callahan, from the A River Ain’t Too Much to Love LP. * …

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Photojournalists work with various media outlets to document our reality. We rely on these images to provide us with an accurate depiction of a …

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Etta Sandry takes a microscopic view of the concept of culture in the work of S. E. Nash While listening to an interview with …

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Kimi Hanauer explores the subtle familiarity in the sculptural worlds of Zoe Chressanthis. Part I: A Place To Rest The exhibition YET, UNKNOWN proposes …