Posts Tagged ‘Natalie Hegert’

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COUNTER-GEOGRAPHY: BOUCHRA KHALILI // PROFILE OF THE ARTIST

click here to download PDF by Natalie Hegert Deep midnight of the sky, deep blue of the sea. The following text by Staff Writer Natalie Hegert and artist Bouchra Khalili similarly flows between ‘passages,’ fluid channels that exchange voices between artist and writer, unfolding toward a singular reading between two perspectives. Drifting trajectories connect unnamed[…]

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POTENT PUSSY // JUDY CHICAGO

click here to download PDF By Natalie Hegert “It would be ridiculous to say that there’s been no change,” Judy Chicago intones with we’ve-been-through-this-before fatigue, “…but you know I can still open an art magazine and see all male shows. I don’t fucking believe it.” Chicago and I spoke over the phone just weeks after[…]

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KATHRYN ANDREWS // MENACE IN THE DETAILS

By Natalie Hegert download printable pdf The western sky burned orange like a hot ember, searing the sharp silhouettes of palm trees onto my retinas as I guided my car over the onramp of the 5 freeway, headed north to Highland Park. Speeding up to slow down, red brake lights sparked on and off ahead[…]

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IRENA HAIDUK // SEDUCTIVE EXACTING REALISM

by Natalie Hegert download printable PDF from Issue 01 Waiting is important for this work. Please, have a seat. Make yourself comfortable. While you wait I will tell you a story. Two old sisters who lived in a small house by the sea looked out over the calm waves one day and saw a ship[…]

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KAHLIL JOSEPH: DOUBLE CONSCIENCE // MOCA LOS ANGELES

by Natalie Hegert Nothing could have prepared me for how beautiful it was. Kahlil Joseph’s m.A.A.d. is cyclical, looping through climax and denouement like a smooth ride through day and night, light and dark, positive and negative, life and death. With a split screen video installed in an open V in the corner of the[…]

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GLENN KAINO // HONOR FRASER

by Natalie Hegert Labyrinths A day of dense, low-lying fog finally succumbed to heavy rainfall over the city of Los Angeles. As we danced around the puddles, making our way up La Cienaga Boulevard to Honor Fraser, I paused to look down at the canal (which I later learned is called Ballona Creek, a relatively[…]

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PIERRE HUYGHE // LACMA

By Natalie Hegert Finding Human As we sidled up to a parking spot just off Wilshire Boulevard, I saw a white dog on a leash out of the corner of my eye, taking care of business, as dogs are wont to do out on public sidewalks. Opening the passenger door I got a better look[…]

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REGEN PROJECTS // LIZZIE FITCH & RYAN TRECARTIN

by Natalie Hegert Animation Abuse “You might in touch with… end up… the source… What?” The girl speaking drunkenly rolls in her chair. She tries again, slurring. “You might end up in touch with the source.” She repeats this sentence a few times for emphasis, exaggerating and lengthening her pronunciation. “You might… end up… in[…]