Posts Tagged ‘Jameson Paige’


By Jameson Paige The problem of representation is perhaps one of art’s most confounding dilemmas—how to convey a body, an experience, a moment? Defining the limits and openings in which representation either successfully depicts or regrettably curtails experience is an ongoing project of negotiation. Representation’s logic inevitably leads to fragmented forms of knowing, which nevertheless[…]

Candice Lin

A HARD WHITE BODY, A POROUS SLIP // LOGAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS By Jameson Paige Candice Lin thinks through some of the most troubling scars of human history. Her work approaches the entrenched legacies of colonialism, racism, sexism, etc., with an intersectional attunement that provides relatable entryways into the magnitude of these oppressive structures.[…]