Pulling from loss, the physical drop of objects and bodies, and three-channel videos, Arkansas-based artist Bethany Springer considers the slow-motion process of grieving, scientific experiments, and action as existence.
Madeleine Seidel reviews the absence of boundaries and geography found in the collective of Atlanta artists on view in The sea swept the sandcastles away. (To wake up in Atlanta!) at MARCH, New York.
Burnaway takes a close look at Dark Matter, Dark Energy, Dark Imaginarence, an exhibition by Nathaniel Donnett on view at the University Museum of Texas Southern, Houston.