Marginalized and Mythological

Marginalized and Mythological: Shanequa Gay’s Disruption of the Pastoral Landscape is an intricate historical study of the global cotton and textile industries, tapping into the violent commodity made of Black bodies through control and decoration.



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WE THE PEOPLE

WE THE PEOPLE is a work of mail art anonymously submitted by an American artist. Within is a curated list of QR codes linking to public physical sites, free to the public, one for each state in the union.


Cyborg Mestiza

What happens when so many versions of ourselves compete for our attention and for the attention of others?


Make Native America Great Again

Artist statement for Dene bāhī Naabaahii at the Portland Art Museum Demian DinéYazhi´s creative practice is materialized through the lens of curatorial inquiry, site-specific installation(s), poetic expression, social engagement, and art production. DinéYazhi´ was raised in a matrilineal household and his maternal grandfather served in the U.S. Marine Corps as a Navajo Code Talker. Therefore, […]


An Artist in Transit

“I travel to distance myself from the anxieties of my own familiar landscape.”


image of salt with the words Cleavemark Dr imprinted

Cleavemark Drive

Cleavemark Drive is a collaborative, multimedia installation between poet/artist Stephanie Ellis Schlaifer and visual artist Cheryl Wassenaar.