Author: Amanda Douberley

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Fuse Box Collaboration Project

For the Fuse Box Collaboration Project, curators Ron Berry and Jade Walker set up artists on what amounted to a ten-day blind date. They paired […]

Fuse Box Collaboration Project

Making the Scene

If you’ve ever taken a nineteenth or twentieth-century art history class, you probably felt a little bit inundated by the parade of “-isms,” movements, and […]

Making the Scene

Interview with Michael Sieben

There is a lot going on in Smile Forever, your current show at Art Palace: paintings, drawings and one giant sculpture. Across the board, your […]

Interview with Michael Sieben

The Sirens’ Song

If we tell stories to help us make sense of the world, then right now the world must not make much sense because we seem […]

The Sirens’ Song

Curatorial Reportage

The black box model is an apt characterization of WorkSpace, an ongoing series of exhibitions at the Blanton Museum of Art inaugurated along with its […]

Curatorial Reportage

True Believers: The Gospel of Lead

A dead-end hallway, papered with burgundy floral wallpaper, is the first thing one confronts upon entering The Gospel of Lead . Although not quite long […]

True Believers: The Gospel of Lead

Paul Druecke — A Snapshot

Druecke’s work springs from the forlorn and forgotten: photographs relegated to that shoe box under your bed; the seldom occupied picnic table in a grassy […]

Paul Druecke — A Snapshot

Jessica Stockholder

“Space now is not just where things happen; things make space happen.”—Brian O’Doherty, Inside the White Cube

Jessica Stockholder