As of today, my latest article – “Material Provocations in the Archives” is available in the Journal of Critical Library & Information Studies. Abstract As a name, “Anthropocene” would seem to signal that this geologic epoch is both because of humans and about humans. The latter implication draws on pervasive cultural ideas about nature which […]
When the late Katharine Hepburn suggested to Barbara Walters in a 1981 interview that she might like to be thought of as a tree, Walters asked Hepburn what type of tree she might be. Hepburn responded, chuckling at the path down which her own words had led: “I hope I’m not an elm with Dutch […]
Best Wishes for Worst Times (2019)Digital video, sound. 00:18:36 A visit to the art museum is always made better by a friend who likes to have fun, and fictional art critic Maria Denolt is ready to be that friend. In Best Wishes for Worst Times, Maria will introduce you to six artworks which demonstrate principles […]
To motivate myself through the drudgery of endless detail fussing into which video editing always devolves, I created this preview clip for my upcoming video, Best Wishes for Worst Times. Best Wishes for Worst Times is a video tour of an exhibit I curated for the University of Arizona Museum of Art – appropriately named […]
Currently on display at the Joseph Gross Gallery.
This Friday marks the final day of my semester as a community college librarian. A mourning, surely. A turning to new things, certainly. Heading into undetermined unemployment, I will be occupying myself with a self-appointed ‘residency’ of types: researching, reading, pulling together old projects, experimenting with new media and modes. In this down time turned […]