"We began talking about how he makes his art, and ended up discussing artistic inspiration and theft. Sergio––cigar between his lips––told me that no art is isolated: it is always in dialogue with other art or ideas. It was this thought, as well as Teresa’s pendent sculptures, that inspired my work."
In the quest to restore a healthy relationship with nature, contemporary civilizations could look to hunter-gatherer societies.
"Sex dolls illustrate the close relationship between patriarchy and commodity capitalism, as they both are built on ownership and objectification." A look at the potentials and pitfalls of the growing sex-tech industry.
"Each passing year sees graffiti art being stripped from our streets, and with each disappearance, we lose a piece of our culture. This walking tour is just one South Bronx native's attempt to preserve its memory."
"When something is named, it’s perceived as a bounded entity placed within a stream of time, rather than a process." So how can language apprehend concepts of the infinite?
The story Othello tells about himself (to himself and to the audience) is crucial because only that which is verbalized becomes real.