"Bolero reminds me of something—not something I have forgotten but rather something I have never thought." Why knowing nothing about a work of art can aid appreciation.
If I like a film enough after the first watch, I think about it nonstop for weeks on end. I ponder the moments that made me shudder and gasp.
The term 'self-partnered’ doesn’t suggest that we have to be alone, rather it softly reminds us that there is a value in being with ourselves.
Chappelle's casual and conversational performance style in this special has a very specific function: It gets the audience on his side.
In their groundbreaking one-woman plays, Phoebe-Waller Bridge and Jacqueline Novak prove that uncensored comedy celebrating female sexuality can find mainstream success.
How does the convenience of music streaming inform our respective music tastes? And why is this alarming for both artists and fans? A meditation on how streaming influences our tastes in music, featuring songs by Prince, Ryo Kawasaki, Erykah Badu & Portishead.
Communication through language is an inescapable performance, Nietzsche tells us, and we’re all actors in it. The precarious question of how truth gets performed is loudly answered by the central characters of Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay in Virginia Woolf’s novel "To The Lighthouse."
Mary Kelly’s "Post-Partum Document" in Conversation with Susan Silton’s "A Potentiality Long After Its Actuality Has Become a Thing of the Past"
Three papers written in the spring of 2019 for the seminar “What Was Conceptualism and Why Won’t It Go Away?”