New in Arteidolia, a two-part essay on Surrealism in the 1940s, the Monsters and Myths show currently at the Wadsworth Atheneum, and beyond.
New in Arteidolia, a photo essay on waiting. The text was originally written as background for a dance piece choreographed by Sandra Roachford and featuring Uyen Hoang, which was presented at Dance Place in September of 2018. It appears in expanded form, with images by Cristiano Bocci. Above image by Cristiano Bocci.
On the occasion of a Giacometti retrospective at the Guggenheim, two pieces on the artist from Arteidolia: Looking again at Giacometti The Enigmatic Mask
A new venture from Arteidolia. But I’ll let them tell it: ARTEIDOLIA IS EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THE LAUNCH of “swifts & slows” where words &/or visual imagery dialogue in call & response collaborations. http://www.arteidolia.com/swifts-and-slows/ With work by: Carrie Crow & John Greiner, Susan Lewis & Mary Kasimor, Ron Morosan, Cam Scott & Kelsey Braun, Valeriya … More announcing swifts & slows
New at Arteidolia, a piece on Andre Breton, Alberto Giacometti, and mysterious objects found in flea markets. Photograph of detail of Giacometti’s Invisible Object by David Cowhig.
On Arteidolia, a new piece on urban landscapes and waking dreams. In collaboration with Randee Silv’s images. Photography by Randee Silv.
New in Arteidolia, a review-essay on Improvising Improvisation.