Artist Joe Peragine mourns a spring full of loss, reflecting on the pandemic’s beginnings through visual commemoration.
Mood Ring (22)
Diving into the void of the digital sublime, Mac Balentine presents an immersive new video work as part of the magazine’s artist column Mood Ring.
Atlanta-based artist Caleb Jamel Brown considers what patriotism can look like for Black Americans.
MaDora Frey shares photography, video, and gifs documenting recent works created on-site in the Arizona desert for Burnaway’s artist column Mood Ring.
Victoria Dugger untangles her thoughts on gender, disability, and Blackness in a short essay accompanied by new paintings made in quarantine.
Florida native Taylor Shaw channels the infamous Florida Man in ten airbrushed t-shirts created for Burnaway’s artist column Mood Ring.
Artist María Korol contemplates isolation, representations of women, and distortions of history in new drawings and poems for Burnaway’s artist column Mood Ring.
In honor of Juneteenth, Atlanta-based artist Davion Alston shares his thoughts and photographs after documenting protests across Georgia since early May.
Artist Yanique Norman outlines the poetics of Black Fungibility, “an alternate dream model” that borrows ideas from mycology to create complex and imaginative representations of Blackness.