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It’s arguable that our art historical moment will be defined by revisionism. Though this impulse isn’t new, a conglomeration of exhibitions over the past decade have rightfully sought to reassess the legacies of artists—often women and people of color—whose practices have been overlooked by museums or excluded from the canon of artworks taught in universities…

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After almost fifteen years in New York, artists Jaime Keiter and JD Walsh relocated with their six-year-old son to Atlanta in 2016. With a young child who was about to start elementary school, they say they were “ready for a change and looking for something different in life.” Keiter has been creating textured ceramic collages…

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The daily demands of living—work, school, care of self or others—may require posing. But in moments of leisure and repose, you can perhaps temporarily shed such self-consciousness. The pose may be loosened. The acting may cease. One might respond to the world—at the park, in the home, at a party— naturally, without affectation. In the…

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TO DO LIST Click on an event or exhibition’s title for more information. *BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12 Atlanta, GA Talk: Welch Visiting Artist: Lily Cox-Richard Georgia State Library South, Special Collections / 2:30 pm WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14 Nashville, TN *Talk: William Wylie, “The Possibility of Ruins: A Pompeii Archive” Vanderbilt University Cohen Memorial Hall…

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As new technologies continue to pervade our everyday lives, attendant policies must proactively protect users from exploitation. Interdisciplinary artist Xin Xin, an assistant professor in Media Design and Women’s Studies at the University of Georgia, works at the intersections of technology, labor, and identity. Their exhibition “Labor in a Single Shot,” on view in the…

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Founded by artist R.D. King in 2017, Extended Play is an independent small press based in Nashville, with projects produced in collaboration between King and other local and regional artists. For example, We Love You We Know You Always Watch We Will Try To Do Better Next Year is an anarchic send-up of Christmas-themed kids’…

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