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Curated by Cara Despain

Editor in Chief Meaghan Kent, Contributing Editor Janet Kim, Copy Editor Beth Maycumber, Copy Editor Jennifer Soosaar

Contributions by David Brooks, Bonnie Despain, Hikmet Sidney Loe, and Xaviera Simmons. Read More

Prospect by Cara Despain

It’s quite a thing to see the sea meet the sky: two profoundly different systems converging at a single line. With nothing but water and atmosphere, this seems the true way to understand the planet’s shape—after all, its surface is comprised mostly of these materials. Read More

Topical Topography: A Journey from the Permian Basin to the Prius by David Brooks

Imagine yourself in Central Park one million years ago. You would be standing on a vast ice sheet, a 4,000-mile glacial wall, as much as 2,000 feet thick. Alone on the vast glacier, you would not sense its slow crushing, scraping, ripping movement as it advanced south, leaving great masses of rock debris in its wake. Read More

Regarding the View: Awe and Apprehension Encountered in Land Art Deserts by Hikmet Sidney Loe

In anticipation of visiting Michael Heizer’s 1969 earthwork “Double Negative” for the first time, I have done my research. The work is located on the Mormon Mesa north of Las Vegas near Overton, Nevada in a region that appears on Google Earth as an expansive, barren tabletop of red clay earth that falls away in the east into the Virgin River Valley (fig. Read More

Xaviera Simmons and Cara Despain in Conversation by Cara Despain

Xaviera Simmons’ work is an open read of simultaneous histories embedded in different landscapes that are often presented as layered characters, texts, or moods. I was interested in the way her perspective might fit into this journal, as she constructs and utilizes landscape as well as its social dimensions to create her own topographies. Read More

Score Number 10 by Xaviera Simmons

 

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(Dawn)

tropical earth

droplets of condensed dew

the finest points of light

the sun

every star

every bush

every tree

dark bronze skin

a cave

goats

cloth

bowls

lands

flower

gold

for other animals

land

house

sun

silence

other days

springtime

your name

foam

memories

the reef

purple

wine

hands

this sword

poppies

another planet

through the night

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(Sunrise)

fresh air

in the bells

topaz

a ship

plants

of water

the center of

so many plentiful things

dust

shepherds

ancient honey

your voice

autumn

horses

fragrance of the moon

violins

of planets

moon

sun

house

land

for other animals

gold

flower

the diary

the trains

journals

the camera

a half-African

golden threads

feathers

interwoven shells

a hunter’s guide

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(MidDay)

the sea

a single drop

rain

light

fire

windows

a house

lightning

wilderness

star

a root

the sea

shadows

your window

birds

purple

snow

homeland

autumn light

land

vineyards

salt

copper

of the bird

skin

the jungle

vines

homeland

mountain ranges

snow

banks of rivers

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(Dusk)

the root

the wanderer

pathways

the rings of Saturn

days

eagles

the feet of the traveler

an airplane

these days

without wings

what

in the water

birds

green

the book

ropes

smoke

spring

other eyes

the same bones

another skin

another blue

in silence

autumn

spring

another spring

snow

flowers

that empty

cinders

let us hunt

a large house

(Night)

night

bells

the sky

stars

sun

light

silence

bees

light

diamonds

water

dew

tongues

thunder

lightning

green

a hawk

skin

voices

time

seas

moon

the day

wings

darkening sky

vertical light

time

your eyes

your hands

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7 lessons from @jamesfgoldstein’s amazing Instagram account by Salome Oggenfuss

James F. Goldstein is a multi-millionaire NBA superfan who attends over one hundred NBA games each season, including approximately 95% of home games for the LA Lakers and the LA Clippers. Read More

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Editor in Chief Meaghan Kent, Contributing Editor Janet Kim, Copy Editor Beth Maycumber, Copy Editor Pooja Kakar, Copy Editor Megan Kohlmiller

Curated by Kimberly Marrero

TRANSFORMING NEW YORK CITY OBJECTS was juried by a panel of 10 artists, gallerists, and curators including: Stuart Anthony (Executive Director of ArtConnects New York), Meaghan Kent (Director of Site95), Louky Keijsers Koning (Owner of LMAK Projects), Kimberly Marrero (Curator and Advisor), Michael Mut (Founder and President of The Love Yourself Project), Leon Reid IV (Artist), Gae Savannah (Professor at the School of Visual Arts), Keith Schweitzer (Owner of The Lodge Gallery), Jason Patrick Voegele (Owner of The Lodge Gallery), and Antonia Wright (Artist). Read More

Joseph Beuys, 72 Hour Lecture, Photography by Richard DeMarco, Edited by Ross McDonnell

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3.14.14 models, modes, possibilities, and then there is education

AH Anthony Huberman

DB Daniel Bozhkov

SC Simon Critchley

NB Nicolas Bourriaud

DLS David Levi Strauss

Audience Question

 

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The title for this panel was purposely kept a little bit vague: “models, modes, possibilities, and then there is education.” It was kept vague, I think, because the hope is that with such an illustrious group of people here we would be able to discuss more abstract ideas, rather than a series of presentations that list the various projects or exhibitions that each panelist has done in the past. Read More

The Gallery Tally Poster Project

Curated by Micol Hebron. Installation image from Margin Release Right, West Los Angeles College Gallery.

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The People’s Library, Occupy Wall Street

Photography by Michael Oman-Reagan, Liberty Plaza, 2011

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DiA 2014: Transforming New York Street Objects OPEN CALL

What if we could look at the most mundane elements of our daily lives through an artist’s lens?  What if we could transform these everyday manufactured objects into something remarkably different even for a brief moment? Read More

11.6.13 Catherine Czacki

The quotes do not fit together seamlessly – they are akin to scraps of fabric that have not been sewn, floating near each other in time and space. Unlike their material friends, they reveal distinct opinions on matter and movement. Read More

6.18.13 Interview with Dean Dempsey at his studio on Orchard Street, New York City by Lisa A. Banner

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Dream Sequence, still, 2013

Lisa A. Banner: Dean, you have a unique aesthetic language that you explore through photographs in series, and in installations. At times you carefully construct tableaus, and take a photograph, sometimes showing the artifice and sometimes not, often using yourself as subject or object in a tableau. Read More

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Editor in Chief Meaghan Kent, Contributing Editor Janet Kim, Copy Editor Beth Maycumber, Copy Editor Jennifer Soosaar, Copy Writer Kati Henderson

Curated by Amanda Sanfilippo

Featuring: Agustina Woodgate, Olivia Ramos, Patricia Margarita Hernandez

Journal designed by SITE, Logo designed by Fulano

Special thanks to The Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation

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Alternative Education on the Radio: In Miami and Beyond by Amanda Sanfilippo

For the past 15 months, I have been engaged in organizing discursive structures, specifically programming and moderating open format discussions on topics in contemporary art. The sessions were fed by my own earnest interest in the subject matter and inclination towards open discussion over the more didactic structure of a lecture or panel. Read More

4.16.12 Interview with Agustina Woodgate by Amanda Sanfilippo

AMANDA SANFILIPPO: How did your work with radio begin?

AGUSTINA WOODGATE: “Radio Espacio Estacion (REE)” began with a 2011 grant from NALAC. I wanted to do a pirate radio. I was inspired by the movie “The Boat that Rocks” and also being in Miami with the connections here to pirate radio. Read More

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