Creative Time will realize its most ambitious project yet this fall, with its third annual summit and the opening of Living As Form, a show by 25 curatorial advisers surveying more than 350 socially engaged projects.
The Israeli interior ministry recently authorized construction to begin on Jerusalem’s Simon Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance despite protestations that its siting will violate the historic Ma’man Allah, or the Mamilla Cemetery.
Scapegoat Journal’s Issue 01: Service charges that the charity acts of designers, artists, and architects are, they claim, a neoliberal stand-in for for the state.
Fuse Magazine turns 35 this year, and to celebrate, its new edition reviews several decades of the most stirring authorship contributed to Canada’s foremost critical periodical on art, culture, and politics.
Sean Martindale Explores the Politics of Place with Love The Future / Free Ai Weiwei at Whippersnapper Gallery
Groundswell was recently invited to contribute an exhibition essay for Sean Martindale’s Love the Future / Free Ai Weiwei, a sculptural installation at Whippersnapper Gallery through the end of this month.