COLUMNS

  • PRINT November 2013

    Linder

    Linder Sterling is currently an artist-in-residence at Tate St. Ives, UK. The founder of the post-punk group Ludus, she is also known for her prolific collage work, which is featured on the iconic cover of the Buzzcocks’ 1977 single “Orgasm Addict,” and has been celebrated internationally, with solo shows this year at Tate St. Ives; the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris; and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles. On November 11, her ballet The Ultimate Form will be staged in New York as part of Performa 13.

  • PRINT October 2013

    Bernadette Mayer

    Bernadette Mayer has been a key figure on the New York poetry scene for decades. She is the author of more than two dozen volumes of poetry. Her most recent book, The Helens of Troy, NY, was published by New Directions this past spring. She lives in upstate New York.

  • PRINT September 2013

    Mark Aerial Waller

    Mark Aerial Waller is an artist based in London. His practice, which encompasses video, sculpture, and constructed situations, engages a spectrum of subjects and subjectivities ranging from the biochemical mechanisms that shape our social interactions to nuclear contract workers in the UK. Last year Waller’s art was featured in the Eleventh Baltic Triennial in Vilnius, Lithuania. He is currently producing, with London’s Institute of Contemporary Art, a new video piece, Live from the Crucible, which will air on the UK’s Channel 4 television this fall.

  • PRINT Summer 2013

    Sadie Benning

    Sadie Benning is an artist and musician who lives and works in New York. Benning was included in “NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star” at the New Museum and recently staged a solo show of new paintings and videos at New York’s Callicoon Fine Arts. Benning’s work will also be featured in the 2013 Carnegie International, which opens this fall at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh.

  • PRINT May 2013

    Matthew Porterfield

    Matthew Porterfield is a filmmaker living and working in Baltimore. He participated in the Whitney Museum of American Art’s 2012 Biennial with Putty Hill (2010), which was recently acquired, along with his first feature, Hamilton (2006), by New York’s Museum of Modern Art. His new film, I Used to Be Darker, premiered at Sundance and will be released this fall by Strand.

  • PRINT April 2013

    Kjetil Trædal Thorsen

    Norwegian architect Kjetil Trædal Thorsen is a founding principal of Snøhetta, an Oslo- and New York–based practice that has designed such renowned structures as the Oslo Opera House and the Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Egypt. Current projects include the National September 11 Memorial Museum Pavilion in New York; the International Center of Cave Art at Lascaux IV in Montignac, France; the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia; and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s 235,000-square-foot expansion.

  • PRINT March 2013

    Abraham Cruzvillegas

    An artist and member of the International Taoist Taichi Society, Abraham Cruzvillegas lives and works in Mexico City. In the past year, he participated in Documenta 13 in Kassel, won the Fifth Yanghyun Prize in Seoul, and presented a solo show at Mexico City’s Museo Experimental El Eco. On March 23, he opens “The Autoconstrucción Suites,” a major exhibition of this long-running project at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.

  • PRINT February 2013

    Grant Singer

    GRANT SINGER is a filmmaker based in Los Angeles. His most recent movie, IRL, will be released this spring.

  • PRINT January 2013

    Arthur and Marilouise Kroker

    Arthur and Marilouise Kroker are writers and lecturers in the areas of technology and culture and together edit the influential electronic journal CTheory. Arthur’s most recent book, Body Drift: Butler, Hayles, Haraway, was published last year by the University of Minnesota Press.

  • PRINT November 2012

    Jonathan Horowitz

    Jonathan Horowitz is an artist based in New York. This fall, his exhibition “Your Land/My Land: Election ’12” is being presented concurrently at seven museums across America. “We the People,” an exhibition he curated with Alison Gingeras and Anna McCarthy for the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, remains on view in New York through November 9.

  • PRINT October 2012

    Jay Chung & Q Takeki Maeda

    Following their first major solo exhibition in the US, at REDCAT in Los Angeles this past summer, artists Jay Chung and Q Takeki Maeda are currently preparing a show to open at Francesca Pia Gallery, Zurich, in 2013. They live and work in Berlin.

  • PRINT Summer 2012

    Patterson Beckwith

    A lecturer at the City College of New York, Patterson Beckwith is a photographer and founding member of Art Club 2000, a collaborative started in 1992 by Colin de Land. Currently at work on a new series of analog “special effects” photographs, he is now editing versions of Cash from Chaos and Unicorns & Rainbows—his mid-’90s public-access TV shows made with Alex Bag—for distribution by Electronic Arts Intermix. His book Bananas for Moholy-Nagy was published in 2010 by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.