indexes the rich tradition of large-scale world building by artists in the South as a means of exploring alternative modes living among the landscape and repurposing the refuse of industry.
engages theories of post-humanism, the agency of other species, and new perspectives that invite a reappraisal of how we value nonhuman life.
explores the organic and inorganic forces that infect our landscapes and obscure our understanding of ecosystems.
The series was also rooted in one of my critiques of the archive. It’s no secret that there are very specific people given the roles of archivists, anthropologists, and researchers. I didn’t want the job to be someone else’s—I wanted to have control over how our narrative was going to be solidified.”
In conjunction with the group exhibition, A Movement in Every Direction, at the Mississippi Museum of Art, Bryn Evans speaks with featured artist Akea Brionne to discuss storytelling, ancestral media, and the relationship between identity and geography.Read More
Writer Alexandra Martinez considers Franky Cruz's interpretation of the domes of Buckminster Fuller in Miami in this Oolite x BA feature.
Writer Annie Moye returns to Cornelia, Georgia for the Big E Festival in this theme story for Artist Environments.
Curator Dainy Tapia writes, “At Large,” comes from the French au sens large, which translates as at liberty or free of restraint.” In this Oolite x BA piece, Contributing Editor Jason Katz reflects on freedom and space.