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The Black Guys: Dish it Out

The Black Guys: Dish it Out

Two guys redoing old Art Guys performances, except they’re black! What does it mean to be constantly carrying a pile of other peoples’ assumptions on one’s shoulders?
Objects in the Mirror #5: Selling Out

Objects in the Mirror #5: Selling Out

I tried getting money from the Non-creative Arts Council of Houston. The NACHO people think their job is to turn artists into submissive, fear-based art-bureaucrats like them. Ugh. I'd rather hustle. At least I'd get to keep some self respect.
Objects in the Mirror #4: Dirty Laundry

Objects in the Mirror #4: Dirty Laundry

I'm so mega-successful I don't even blow the foam off my own beer. Nowadays, between late-night massages, morning tennis lessons and afternoons at the yacht club, I barely have timeto be a creative genius. But it wasn't always this way.
Skipping Miami, Part 1: Paul Slocum

Skipping Miami, Part 1: Paul Slocum

Video: Ex-Texan Paul Slocum answers Glasstire's questions about post-internet art, Spirit Surfers, and his gallery's chapter in Mass Effect: Art and the Internet in the Twenty-First Century.
William Kentridge’s Poetic Cinema

William Kentridge’s Poetic Cinema

In the same way that Kentridge’s lines don’t completely disappear as his drawings progress: even though Apartheid is ended, the tension and strife remains, both in memory and in daily life.