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June 28, 2022

Kaila Schedeen

Kaila Schedeen is an art historian, curator, writer, collaborator, and creative thinker. She is currently a PhD Candidate in Art History at the University of Texas at Austin.

Sensing Marfa’s many topographies: ‘Kite Symphony’ by Roberto Carlos Lange and Kristi Sword

In "Kite Symphony" at Ballroom Marfa, artists Roberto Carlos Lange and Kristi Sword tune into the sonic topographies of their environment and encourage us to do the same. What was...

Ariel René Jackson and Michael J. Love imagine a Black futurist family archive

What does an archive of generational love, loss, and fortitude look like? "We are the , Baby, are we" is Ariel René Jackson’s and Michael J. Love’s attempt...

At grayDUCK Gallery, ‘small acts’ makes a big impact

The exhibition "small acts," at grayDUCK gallery, weaves together recent works from four Austin artists: Betelhem Makonnen, Christina Coleman, Deborah Roberts, and Tammie Rubin. It’s an examination of how...

Call and Response: A Conversation with Jeffrey Gibson

  Jeffrey Gibson is a New York-based artist specializing in painting. He is an enrolled member of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and is half Cherokee. His multimedia practice...

Trying to get present: Black Mountain Project’s constant escape

The first thing you notice upon entering the gallery space for constant escape is an upending of perspective. A massive vinyl print of a hand clasping a reflective glass...

Rachel Winston: Archives as Activism

Rachel Winston is an Austin-based activist, curator, and archivist. She graduated with a BA in anthropology with a minor in French from Davidson College and received her MSIS with...

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