CAVEAT: This post contains links that may be disturbing to some, in terms of specific works that are cited in the article. Let us begin with a funny story, but like any good comedian, I’ll be using this to highlight […]
Joel Smith’s images of the Carolinian Forest are both evocative on their own, but also in how they related to the works of other artists exploring the emotive and ephemeral symbolism of landscape.
Erna de Vries’ work is both all about the post industrial landscape, speaking to the #rustbeltwonderland, but also transcends and transforms it. The latest artist feature, as part of my extended writer’s residency at AIH Studios in 2020.
Watching Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s The Vietnam War: A Film made me think about the way it both inspired and annoyed, and I chose to articulate these ideas in this piece.