lives and works in Melbourne, Australia where she is a postdoctoral research fellow at RMIT University.
Gregory Sholette: Delirium and Resistance: Activist Art and the Crisis of CapitalismBy Gretchen Coombs
In her foreword to Delirium and Resistance, art critic and activist Lucy Lippard remarks how social media has flattened affect and effect in recent years, and suggests Sholette’s exposition might just be a necessary antidote to this apathy and paralysis.
Maura Reilly's Curatorial Activism: Towards an Ethics of CuratingBy Gretchen Coombs
No one would argue that the need for social and political activism is more urgent than ever before; that there are no small acts of resistance, and that every act of resistance counts; but they might argue what role the art world has to play in such acts.
Chris Kraus: Social PracticesBy Gretchen Coombs
It is cut through with tensions of art world success, premature death, and the social and economic issues confronting artists and culture at large