Postcommodity’s sound piece will play every day in San Francisco until the Millennium Tower is fixed or torn down.
In their latest site-specific project, the collective probes histories of migration in a pan-American context.
Two Postcommodity members, along with composer Guillermo Galindo, are partnering with members of a fast-gentrifying Santa Monica neighborhood to produce a sound-based artwork of contested histories.
With work on view in three current exhibitions, the members of Postcommodity discuss their desire to “mediate complexity.”
One of the themes of this year’s Whitney Biennial appears to be violence, and not every artist has the ability to transform it into a successful work of art.
See highlights from the 2017 Whitney Biennial, which opens to the public later this week.
DOUGLAS, Ariz. — I’m sitting in the back of a flatbed pickup truck, rattling slowly along a curving dirt road on the edge of Arizona as it winds its way towards Mexico.
Where are the indigenous stories, communities, and artists within “American” contemporary art?
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Comprised of Kade Twist, Raven Chacon, Cristóbal Martínez, and Nathan Young, the artist collective Postcommodity is an interdisciplinary group.