Hyperallergic spoke with Cave about what it means to surrender to the sacred, and how a queer perspective brings liberation and a way of seeing and being in an at-times seemingly disconnected world.
Diana Sette is a freelance writer, teacher, and artist currently based between Cleveland, OH and Ireland. Her writing draws on her interest in ecological design, and the intersection of art and politics. She is a contributing writer for Permaculture Design magazine. More at www.dianasette.wordpress.com.
For Its Centennial, the Allen Museum Focuses on the Important Roles Women Played in Its History
The Allen Memorial Art Museum clearly understands the importance of the issue of gender equity.
From Plant to Page, a Conservatory Grows Trees to Turn into Handmade Paper
Cleveland’s Morgan Conservatory is one of the few places in the US dedicated to conserving paper-making traditions and considering the material’s artistic and functional future.
A New Video Starkly Illustrates the Impact of Climate Change
Finnish researcher Antti Lipponen’s recently released video presents a century’s worth of data on global temperatures in just 30 seconds.
Mapping the Mysterious Ancient Carvings of Naked Women Across Ireland
No one can say for certain when, how, where, or why the Sheela-na-gigs were made, or even what they are meant to represent.
Adam Pendleton Examines the Multiplicity of Blackness
The artist’s largest solo exhibition to date explores blackness as a color, an idea, an identity, a method, and a political movement.
Grappling with Racism Past and Present in Segregated Cleveland
Exhibitions by Imani Roach, Soda_Jerk, and Anthony Warnick at SPACES gallery explore American racial prejudice across different periods of time.
In New Drawings, Kara Walker Traces American Histories of Christianity and Racism
Her tumultuous charcoal drawings enshrine an unresolved US narrative filled with racism, martyrdom, and political violence.
Irish Artists Fight to Repeal Their Country’s Abortion Ban
Artists in Ireland are using diverse tactics to broadcast the message of the pro-choice movement, despite efforts to silence them.
Saying Goodbye to Tamir Rice’s Gazebo
CLEVELAND — Shingle by shingle, a crew of workers began the three-day process of taking apart the gazebo at the Cudell Recreation Center where sixth grader Tamir Rice was shot and killed by police within two seconds of their arrival.
Art and Body Politics at the Republican National Convention
CLEVELAND — It may come as no surprise that the Republicans who gathered here for the Republican National Convention put forth a political platform that many considered to be anti-woman.