Posts Tagged ‘ICA’

I,I,I,I,I,I,I, KATHY ACKER // ICA, LONDON

By Rafael Powell “I’m always destroying,” the late Kathy Acker said in an interview at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (ICA) in 1986, “To hell with the word deconstructing. I’m always destroying, you know, rigidities, habitual meanings, habitual contents.” Coming full circle from that interview, I,I,I,I,I,I,I, Kathy Acker, the first UK exhibition dedicated to[…]

PROFILE OF THE ARTIST PT I // DEB SOKOLOW

In Conversation with Joshua Michael Demaree Part I Deb Sokolow is the closest thing contemporary art has to a private eye. Her drawings, like a good detective, lay out the plots points of a mystery and allows the viewer to put the pieces together. She has a masterful grasp of the interplay between the visual[…]