The Canadian artist Lorna Mills talks about image circulation, digital ownership, and how she obsessively mines the internet for her art.
Doris Salcedo is interested in replicating the indefinite, affective qualities of mourning — its weight, intangibility, absurdity, and reliance on personal associations.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — “The work is the death mask of its conception,” Walter Benjamin wrote about writing technique in his 1928 collection of essays One-Way Street.
Rachel Harrison’s installation at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) traffics in expectations.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Men are dogs, but their shit grows into trees and their urine forms the sun as they defecate themselves in Tala Madani’s oil paintings.