In the September 2014 issue of Art in America, I published “GlblVlgIdiot Annual Report 2014,” a portfolio that adapts for the page a performance created with author Joshua Cohen and artist Jon Kessler. Click here for the PDF. More information about the performance, Introducing the Web, which examines the techno-utopian language and libertarian endgame of Silicon Valley and was […]
Triple Canopy’s contribution to the 2014 Whitney Biennial is Pointing Machines, an installation titled after the simple eighteenth-century measuring tool for reproducing sculpture in stone or wood with a system of adjustable rods and needles. The installation consists largely of reproductions—by handcraft, 3-D printing, and photography—of paintings and a colonial-era wash basin stand, once part of the […]
An essay on the untimeliness of Native American art, in the annual catalogue of Donald Ellis Gallery.
A contribution to the catalogue for Johan Grimonprez’s 2011 exhibition of the same name at Houston’s Blaffer Art Museum.
A collective effort to establish new critical discourse around conceptual art and poetics—in public, in print, online, in a museum.
“Popular Legacy” is a study for a memorial. The exhibition and accompanying publication, Information Center, are composed primarily of reproductions of documents taken from an abandoned Iraqi embassy in former East Berlin, and materials related to the history of memorialization in Germany and the bureaucracy governing that process. “Popular Legacy” is also a study for […]