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AMALIA PICA // THE EXPERIENCE OF STRANGERS

click here to download PDF by Ionit Behar London-based Argentinian artist Amalia Pica focuses her work on the problem of communication: our performative nature of thought and speech. Pica’s wide-ranging practice includes sculpture, photography, drawing, film, installation, and performance. Her work often alludes to communal experiences, especially those we share with strangers—either at a party,[…]

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PROFILE OF THE COLLECTORS // NANCY & DAVID FREJ

By Stephanie Cristello In his 1958 text The Poetics of Space, Gaston Bachelard makes the argument that one can “read a house” or “read a room.”[1] For him, a house was an amalgamation of a thousand images — though his proposition was not entirely visual. This “reading” was not limited to visual language (ie. the[…]