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Radical Art of Archiving Performance

Fascinating article by Alexis Clements on ‘The Radical Art of Archiving Performance, as Practiced by Martha Wilson‘ from Hyperallergic, 8 April 2015.

Clements reminds us how, ‘The practices of using first-person accounts or oral histories, ephemera and grassroots archives, as well as alternative publishers, have long been core strategies for feminists seeking to document and preserve histories that have been ignored or mischaracterized by institutions’. 121 more words


Not So Firm As Faded Ink - Publication (2015)

A limited edition publication to accompany my solo show, Not So Firm As Faded Ink, which includes a specially commissioned essay by John Shand and accompanying foreword by Mark Devereux is available to order now via Mark Devereux Projects and Amazon.

Mark Devereux Projects

New article: What Are Post-Fordist Wages?

Lisa Adkins, ‘What Are Post-Fordist Wages?  Simmel, Labor Money, and the Problem of Value’ in a special issue of South Atlantic Quarterly on Rethinking Money, Debt, and Finance after the Crisis… 188 more words

Lisa Adkins

"Dining with Jimmy" now live

Last Summer, I embarked on a project that brings my family, academic interests (cultural history), and hobbies (cooking and eating) together: re-creating the menus of James MacNeill Whistler together with… 75 more words


Character Interview: Jillian Marie Antel Blairington

Twelve-year-old Jillian Blairington is just an ordinary girl — bright, brave, and sometimes a bit too headstrong for her own good. She never thought she was particularly special or different than anybody else. 1,056 more words

Natural Awakenings cover

My painting YOU ARE LOVE on the cover of three editions of NATURAL AWAKENINGS, US magazine, issue of february 2014 celebrating St.Valentine’s day.

South Jersey – BuxMont – Tucson 8 more words


A Return To Poetry

This is coming two days too late but so be it. April is over and that means so is Poetry Month. During the month of April I attempted to write a poem everyday. 200 more words

Te'Kia Miller