Hackitektura, Straits–> https://www.antiatlas.net/hackitectura-critical-cartography-of-gibraltar-en/ PS/ALT/PLUS: https://xnet-x.net/en/whats-the-forum-really-about/ Bouchra Khalili, The Mapping Journey–> http://www.bouchrakhalili.com/the-mapping-journey-project/ PS/ALT/PLUS: https://www.moma.org/calendar/exhibitions/1627 and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_QxXnh23kE Sarah Kanouse, Beyond Property–> http://readysubjects.org/portfolio/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/BeyondProperty_opt.pdf PS/ALT/PLUS: http://readysubjects.org/portfolio/to-all-to-whom-these-presents-shall-come-greetings/
If I were in grad school all of a sudden, and found myself in a seminar with a group of mostly MFA students and had to describe my practice in 5 images, I would use these links.
This is the first of my directories of "Post-Ecclesiam" art spaces: Studios, Theaters and Art Centers in converted, abandoned or otherwise defunct church buildings.
If you are celebrating Women’s History Month (as, it would appear from my Facebook, every American with school age children that I know is doing), I urge you to take a moment to write to living American women prisoners who have worked for social change.
East Village film-maker Ethan Minsker recently asked me a few questions for his zine on the theme of “obsolete technology.” Ethan Minsker: What is the importance of maintaining and using forgotten technologies? A: We have forgotten the technology that built Stonehenge or Pumapunku, which is why they are mysterious.