San Francisco

View of “Ad Minoliti,” 2018. Photo: Jeff Warrin

View of “Ad Minoliti,” 2018. Photo: Jeff Warrin

Ad Minoliti

KADIST | San Francisco

In the foyer of “The Feminist School of Painting,” her first institutional solo exhibition in the US, the Argentinean artist Ad Minoliti assembled a browsing library with books and zines on queer theory, posthumanism, science fiction, veganism, and antiracist education. Next to the bookshelves were twelve small works made by other designers and artists, including some chosen by those who co-facilitated the workshops that she organized during her residency at Kadist. The eclectic range of objects—including two collages by Elisabeth Wild, a T-shirt with a graphic by Jacqueline Casey, an unassembled figurine from the 1986 film Aliens, and a facsimile of William A. Anders’s famous photo of the earth taken from the Apollo 8 spacecraft—was a sign of Minoliti’s desire for a heterogeneous curriculum. On the wall, Minoliti hung bandannas similar to those worn by activists in two 2018 protest

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