"I just discovered Wet. In the few hours since being introduced to the band over a friend’s speakers, I have listened to their song “You’re The Best” an estimated thirty or forty times, and counting."
An analysis of anti-Black racism and "why history does not pave the way for a more progressive world.”
Water as an Agent of Change and a Means of Escape in Thomas Hardy's Jude the Obscure and Kate Chopin's The Awakening
"Maps and their textual counterparts are complex documents, fraught with information from the most basic geographical facts to complex political and cultural details." An account of Ancient Egypt across media.
"An exploration of perspective, depth, illusions, how one sees, and how photography challenges the way one sees."
"The subway station spills you onto the sidewalk, unforgiving as it drops you into the middle of the streets’ play." A walking meditation on place.