April 21, 2021

Film review: ‘The Fever’ is dizzyingly good

Don’t worry, “The Fever” has nothing to do with the pandemic. But it may make you break into a cold sweat. This debut fiction feature...

Film review: ‘Wojnarowicz’ offers a glimpse of the artist as protester

David Wojnarowicz was one of New York’s most outspoken artists in the late 1980s, and he had his reasons. He was diagnosed with AIDS...

A Year In: Dance artist Deborah Hay

The series ‘A Year In’ catches up with artists now that the coronavirus pandemic has passed its one-year mark. If anyone can righteously called an icon it's dance artist Deborah Hay. In the 1960s she pioneered modern dance at the now-legendary Judson Dance Theatre in New York, a collective of radical...

A Year In: Actor Marc Pouhé

The series ‘A Year In’ catches up with artists now that the coronavirus pandemic has reached its one-year mark. Austin actor Marc Pouhé masters the big characters of classical theater — Macbeth, Othello, Macbeth, Cyrano de Bergerac, Willy Loman, Shylock — commanding roles that demand much of any theater artist....

Living Distance: The Pandemic Place Q&A with Gerardo Gandy and Project P A R K S P A C E

This exhibition wasn’t installed in a museum. Instead it opened this past summer as part of Austin’s parks infrastructure. It was composed of bright boxes...

A Good-bye to 2020: Introducing the Pandemic Place Questionnaire

Late one Friday night in May, I went for a rambling walk in my neighborhood, enjoying the late-night abstractions of streetlights and shadows transforming...

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