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Editorial cartoons are still rooted in traditional print media, but the web offers a new arsenal of visual tools for satire. BURNAWAY Cartoons is a series of experimental cartoons providing a sideways look at art, geometry, and Atlanta.
This month’s episode follows “Gray Cube” as he makes his way through the streets of Castleberry Hill to brave the crowds at FLUX Night, the annual festival of contemporary art in downtown Atlanta.
Alex Robins is a PhD student in philosophy at Emory University and is also the author of the BURNAWAY series Theory in Studio. His research examines the history of aesthetics with a focus on American theories of art.
Burnaway’s bi-weekly news roundup includes the digital preservation of Joe Minter's African Village in America, a newly proposed Creative Economy Revitalization Act, and April Parker becoming Managing Director of Elsewhere in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Contributor Leia Genis reviews Hannah Tarr's solo exhibition that explores angels, illness, and escape.
Yves Jeffcoat finds radicalism between rest and play in the work of Nellie Mae Rowe at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta.