Selected essays and art reviews.
A Chair, Yet So Much More
(On Amie Siegel's Interiors, at Frye Art Museum)
"Maybe She's Born With It, Maybe It's Unpaid Reproductive Labor
(On from which we rise, curated by Satpreet Kahlon, at The Alice Gallery)
Dipping Into the Love and Fear of Aquascapes
(On Dakota Gearhart's Tank Hypnosis, at Glassbox Gallery)
Townhouse of Horror
(On Alex Boeschenstein, Max Cleary, and Jackson Baker Ryan's Cache at Gallery4Culture)
Illegibility, Friendship, and Other Havens
(on Syllogy, curated by manuel arturo abreu, at Veronica Project Space)
Breaking Up With The U.S.A.
What Can We Learn From Art Boycotts Today?
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