Unnatural Urges

How do you plan to utilize the space after the exhibition opens? I will continue to work in the space after the exhibition opens and use it as a film […]


What spurred your interest in creating this new film in Marfa? Marfa is very special in the sense that attracts visitors who all come to experience the Chinati and the […]

Political Evolution

What was the origination of your Political Evolution series? When I graduated from college in 1969, the Vietnam War was raging. My boyfriend didn’t want to get drafted and I […]

LIFT: an exhibition of kites

Kite strings trace a 2,500-year trajectory through human history. Originating in ancient China, the kite spread worldwide to be used for recreation, war, communication, and atmospheric inquiry. They have risen […]

We invent nothing

What is your exhibition about? I commissioned a puppeteer to create a puppet, based on Jean-Francois Lyotard, a revolutionary late 20th century philosopher and performed with him at Electronic Dance […]

Dark After Art

If we do not own the freshness of the air and the sparkle of the water, how can you buy them? This shining water that moves in the streams and […]

untitled (la revolución es la solución!)

Latasha Harlins and Soon-ja Du The show starts with five drawings that depict the killing of Latasha Harlins, a fifteen-year-old African-American girl who was shot in the head by Soon […]


Born in 1962 in West Germany, artist Doerte Weber grew up in a time when her country was divided by a wall. From 1979-1983 she attended university in West Germany […]

Borderline Reality

“The events of our lives shape the lenses through which we view the past, present, and future.” Sabine Senft’s stone towers stand guard as you enter Borderline Realities. Senft gathered […]

Let me be the wind that pulls your hair

Kate Newby’s work consists of site-specific projects that form relationships with locations through actions. Her work engages with a wide range of situations using everyday actions and materials in order […]


Nicholas Frank considers all art-related activity—sculpture, writing, teaching, curation, viewing, dialoguing—as artmaking. In Milwaukee, his hometown, he has co-created a project called The Open, which houses several platforms supporting artists: […]

Between the Devil & the Deep

Robert Hodge is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice explores themes of memory and commemoration. Born in Houston, Texas and raised in the City’s Third Ward district, the artist studied visual […]