The People’s Pottery Project is becoming a structure of support for formerly incarcerated women, trans, and nonbinary individuals.
Rachel Elizabeth Jones
Rachel Elizabeth Jones is an artist and writer based in Los Angeles. She co-edits tele- art magazine and runs an art space called Flower Head from her garage. She has contributed to The New Inquiry, The LA Review of Books, and Artforum, among other publications.
In Los Angeles, an Otherworldly Space Preserves the Panorama
Since 2001, the Velaslavasay Panorama has kept one of cinema’s precursors quietly alive in one of the film capitals of the world.
Smashing Pennies to Protest Industrial Capitalism
After 10 years in the making, two Pittsburgh artists have created a penny machine that spits out coins with designs of endangered animals.
The Broken Promises of American Indian Treaties, Sewn onto Quilts
Gina Adams sews text from the American Indian Treaties onto quilts, articulating the deception and violence used to marginalize Native Americans in the formation of the United States.
A Graphic Novel Reincarnates a Sinister Shirley Jackson Story
Hyman’s adaptation is a strong effort to retain the original tale’s sparse horror while making the most of its compelling visual possibilities.