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Home/Tag: MOMA SF

Unruly Animalia: 6 of 6

2020-04-04T03:04:38+02:00April 4th, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Inspired by the life cycle of tardigrades and their incredible resilience. The unruly nature of the tardigrade existence reminds me of the Black queer child cultivated in a society that seeks to destroy such a child. Writing through abjection has provided another means by which to stage the resilience of my own body growing up [...]

Why Is Ramses II Going to Tahrir?

2020-04-03T03:04:43+02:00April 3rd, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Still from Maha Maamoun’s Domestic Tourism II, 2009. On February 6, 2020, SFMOMA and KQED co-presented Public Art and Ethics Today as part of KQED’s On Common Ground, an initiative bringing people together for civil discourse. Arts and culture reporter Chloe Veltman moderated a conversation on public art and its implications for politics and culture [...]

COVID-19 Resources and Assistance

2020-04-02T03:01:21+02:00April 2nd, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Gregory Conniff, Home Garden, NE Corner, June, 1999–2001 So. It looks like we’re going to be inside for a stretch longer (those of us lucky enough to have homes, that is, or to be able to stay indoors). This means more postponed and cancelled work, more loss of income, more strange hours that bleed into [...]

Unruly Animalia: 5 of 6

2020-04-02T03:01:15+02:00April 2nd, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Inspired by the life cycle of tardigrades and their incredible resilience. The unruly nature of the tardigrade existence reminds me of the Black queer child cultivated in a society that seeks to destroy such a child. Writing through abjection has provided another means by which to stage the resilience of my own body growing up [...]

Unruly Animalia: 4 of 6

2020-03-31T03:05:19+02:00March 31st, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Inspired by the life cycle of tardigrades and their incredible resilience. The unruly nature of the tardigrade existence reminds me of the Black queer child cultivated in a society that seeks to destroy such a child. Writing through abjection has provided another means by which to stage the resilience of my own body growing up [...]

A Letter From the Future for Artists

2020-03-30T03:04:49+02:00March 30th, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Dear artists, writers, performers, and all you people who make things. I know this is a lot of information, so please bear with me. I am writing to you from the future in New York where the Covid-19 virus has hit hard and will continue spreading – so our present is your [...]

Unruly Animalia: 3 of 6

2020-03-28T03:04:52+01:00March 28th, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Inspired by the life cycle of tardigrades and their incredible resilience. The unruly nature of the tardigrade existence reminds me of the Black queer child cultivated in a society that seeks to destroy such a child. Writing through abjection has provided another means by which to stage the resilience of my own body growing up [...]

A Journal of Unnaming

2020-03-27T03:04:56+01:00March 27th, 2020|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Our world is a jumble of names. To the proper names for people, places, and things are added a dizzying cacophony of brand names coined solely to capture our every desire and even our very identity. We wander through a “forest of symbols” that instills in us a constant state of distraction. What would happen [...]