Archives for the Month of January, 2022

Jasmine Clarke

Jasmine Clarke Work from Shadow of the Palm. ” When I look in the mirror, I want to believe that what I am seeing is an extension of myself even though I know that it isn’t. I’m seeing a reflection (an illusion) of me and my world. I can never quite trust a mirror. A […]

Welly Fletcher

Welly Fletcher Work from Elephant Shoe. “I’ve been thinking about elephants a lot- especially their feet. Their low frequency communications travel beneath the ground, and then elephants ”hear” through their feet, along with their ears. Elephant expression of grief is LOUD, STRONG, FULL. We are lucky to overlap with them; we could learn a lot […]

Jeffery Meris

Jeffery Meris Work from Catch a Stick of Fire. “Jeffrey Meris’s hanging sculptures, reminiscent of chandeliers, are made of aluminium piping, ceramic vessels, and spider plants. These materials, along with Meris’s shift from working with steel and iron to aluminum, a lighter, and, as Meris says, a more “intimate” metal—often found in domestic spaces for […]

Jacolby Satterwhite

Jacolby Satterwhite Work from his oeuvre. “Through performance, video, 3D animation, installation, and sculpture, Jacolby Satterwhite explores themes of memory, desire, and ritual. He is interested in process as a metanarrative: the narrative between past, present, and future, and how that process relates a broad, shared experience. Often using his mother’s drawings as a resource […]

Rick Silva and Nicolas Sassoon

Rick Silva and Nicolas Sassoon Work from CORES. It is well worth seeing the videos (that I could not embed without issue) and reading the essay for each fragment. “Here, on the lithosphere, where the earth meets the sky, there exists a long history of how rocks and stones can be seen as images and […]

Sadie Barnette

Sadie Barnette Work from Inheritance. “This new body of work uses installation, sculpture, photography, wallpaper and large-scale drawing to examine the artist’s familial legacy. Employing archival material–such as the 500-page dossier compiled by the FBI surveilling her father, Rodney Barnette, during his time in the Black Panther Party–the artist wields the personal nature of generational […]