Publications

We Who Feel Differently

We Who Feel Differently is a database documentary that addresses critical issues of contemporary queer culture. We Who Feel Differently attempts to reclaim a queer “We” that values difference over sameness, a “We” that resists assimilation, and a “We” that

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We Who Feel Differently

We Who Feel Differently is a database documentary that addresses critical issues of contemporary queer culture. We Who Feel Differently attempts to reclaim a queer “We” that values difference over sameness, a “We” that resists assimilation, and a “We” that

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Pro+aganist

Building off of a highly agonistic public symposium presented by the Walker Art Center and Northern Lights.mn in Spring 2012, Pro+agonist is an event that explores the productive possibilities of ‘agonism,’ or a relationship built on mutual incitement and struggle.

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Pro+aganist

Building off of a highly agonistic public symposium presented by the Walker Art Center and Northern Lights.mn in Spring 2012, Pro+agonist is an event that explores the productive possibilities of ‘agonism,’ or a relationship built on mutual incitement and struggle.

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Information as material

Information as material was established by the English artist Simon Morris in 2002. Based in York (UK), iam operates as an independent imprint that publishes work by artists who use extant material — selecting it and reframing it to generate

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Information as material

Information as material was established by the English artist Simon Morris in 2002. Based in York (UK), iam operates as an independent imprint that publishes work by artists who use extant material — selecting it and reframing it to generate

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Temporary Review

Temporary Art Review is a platform for contemporary art criticism that focuses on alternative spaces and critical exchange among disparate art communities. Temporary is a national network, highlighting both practical and theoretical discourse through exhibition reviews, interviews, essays and features

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Temporary Review

Temporary Art Review is a platform for contemporary art criticism that focuses on alternative spaces and critical exchange among disparate art communities. Temporary is a national network, highlighting both practical and theoretical discourse through exhibition reviews, interviews, essays and features

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A Guidebook of Alternative Nows

A Guidebook of Alternative Nows is a collaboratively created book; 34 visionary creative thinkers and makers contributed to this book which illuminates ways of devising more socially, economically, and ecologically just versions of now. Alex Kemman (The Valreep Collective) ,

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A Guidebook of Alternative Nows

A Guidebook of Alternative Nows is a collaboratively created book; 34 visionary creative thinkers and makers contributed to this book which illuminates ways of devising more socially, economically, and ecologically just versions of now. Alex Kemman (The Valreep Collective) ,

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Bill and George

Bill and George is a fanciful hybrid beast. It functions as the creative headquarters for more than a dozen handsome artists. It’s also an artist run initiative, a community merging point, and an inspired hub for adventurous conversation.

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Bill and George

Bill and George is a fanciful hybrid beast. It functions as the creative headquarters for more than a dozen handsome artists. It’s also an artist run initiative, a community merging point, and an inspired hub for adventurous conversation.

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Aorta Magazine

Started in early 2008, Aorta Magazine is the militant love child of a small collective of hard working artists. We do bi-annual limited print runs, we are self-produced, self-distributed, community funded, and we consider each copy of Aorta to be

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Aorta Magazine

Started in early 2008, Aorta Magazine is the militant love child of a small collective of hard working artists. We do bi-annual limited print runs, we are self-produced, self-distributed, community funded, and we consider each copy of Aorta to be

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