Daniel Arnold reflects on 2020, New York, and his makeshift bird feederIt has been a year since I last spoke to Daniel Arnold. There have been many lifetimes in between now and then. But there I was, sitting across from one of the greatest photographers in New York in the place most of us spent our entire 2020: his home.
Photography — 31 minutes ago
Quarantining Through Dance: Interview with Aaron Samuel Davis
Aaron's work aims to create a space where fearlessness is respected and honored, and where he may use the voice and the body as a form of resistance.
Art — 2 months ago
Quarantining Through Dance: Interview with Morgan Amirah Burns
A lot of people are seeing movement in general as a form of liberation, as a form of protest, as a form of self-care, and the dance world is giving way to that right now.
Art — 3 months ago
On Creating Strikethrough: The Process Behind Erasure Poetry in Choreographic Scores
Having been on the inside of a choreographed erasure, the dancers both considered their own movement invention as an integrative part of the creative process.
Stories — 4 months ago
Quarantining Through Dance: Interview with Basia Lamy
Basia is a teacher, performing artist, and founder of the jewelry donation project, JewlzbyB. She focuses on how dance and entrepreneurial work can evoke joy and lasting change in our communities.
Art — 4 months ago
Bi-Coastal Photo Flights: A Theory on the Ecology of Memory
Moving to New York was like some predetermined departure from the California dream. However many flights I took from New York, to New York, I felt that many pieces had been scattered upon my leaving
Stories — 5 months ago