A whole crew sits down to discuss the sights and happenings of the September First-Friday.
Behold, an exceptional device for submerging the viewers into the mindset of participation.
Using the ‘Form Review’ as a starting point, Kalasky and Aldouri lead a committed group of investigators into the role of art criticism in Philadelphia addressing questions of function, purpose, and audience.
James Inscho sits down with Matt Kalasky to talk about his show, “The Key to the Fields.”
Nicole Restaino shines a light on the “muzak” of the visual arts.
It’s not easy to convince others to be engaged with work that you are indifferent towards yourself. But I do my best.
We were introduced to Human Cornhole…
All three of us would agree his light is disgusting.
Yes. But why is there a gigantic leaf draped in this office chair?
*sigh* Contemporary art viewers have forgotten how to read a bust as an art object; they are blind to our subtlety and variety.