explores the South’s metaphysical nature as a living archive, existing dually as a spatiotemporal metric: a means of fluid existence and a meteorological pursuit.
address the ways in which someone or something is visually indistinguishable from its context, specifically speaking to the permeability of the Southern landscape and its inhabitants.
interrogates the experiences that construct our lives, systems of relation, and landscapes across the South.
There’s not enough places in the world where we can learn about the South. That’s the focus, it’s a part of [The Reading Room’s] mission: To ensure that there’s enough evidence, just like Arthur Schomburg intended. That evidence has existed for decades, but it’s vital that it’s in a place where you can access it, and people can come to know for themselves.”
For our Camouflage series, Leia Genis speaks with Victoria Dugger on the push and pull grotesque gaze directed towards and enacted by Black, disabled bodies.
Charlotte Foreman reviews the memory tapestry in Sebastian Maseri's Fragments of the City at Dale Zine, Miami in this BA x Oolite feature.
Alexandra Martinez reviews the reflections on Miami's pockets of gentrification found in the group exhibition Residential Properties 2.0 at Diana Lowenstein Gallery, Miami in this BA x Oolite feature.