I rode my bike to Ridgewood, Queens, where Clement was already outside rolling a cigarette.
Hayley Cranberry Small (she/her) is an Artist, Urban Planner, and Ceramicist working out of Brooklyn, NY. They started Lutte Collective, a platform for highlighting disabled and chronically ill artists, in 2017. Corey Durbin: Thank you so much for taking time to talk with us, could you start by telling us a little bit about yourself […]
The following interview was dictated from a video conversation that took place on January 28, 2021. Leslie Diuguid: I can’t wear these. (removing headphones) Corey Durbin: I can’t hear you. LD: (muffled) . . . blah blah blah blah CD: Okay, I got you. LD: Okay, here I am, but yeah, that’s the disappointing thing. […]
An eddy, the titular inspiration for this show, is a flowing water phenomenon where the current is disrupted by inverse movement, causing a whirlpool. This exhibit of young emerging sculptors makes a similar gesture against a cultural current, long spiraling toward doom. M23 is a small gallery in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the […]
It’s October 25th and I’m making the trip to Selenas Mountain in Ridgewood, Queens, for the opening of Tamara Santibañez’s Rebel Irreverence. I arrive shortly after the start, expecting the least amount of traffic for the day. However, I’m met at the front door by Olivia Swider (gallery co-founder and curator with partner Michael Fleming), […]