Steven Shearer: Ornament is Not a Crime. It is a Crypt.
“I think some contemporary subcultures can offer a kind of phrenological shortcut back to different epochs and their manners of appearance”
John Maclean: The Agony and Ecstasy of Artistic Influence
“In a sense I was trying to complete a circle: I travelled to the neighbourhoods that had some bearing on the childhood development of my art-heroes and consequently on the art they made as adults, and then I tried to photograph these places through the ‘afterimage’ of the artistic...
Sean Vegezzi: Curiosity, Retail Spaces & Terror
"Since I was a child, I've had a fantasy of hiding in a retail space just before it closes, and coming out at night to merely walk around, re-arrange some things, and maybe sit or lay on some furniture, nothing harmful whatsoever. Snow Cab felt like a fulfilment of...
Philip Best “Alien Existence”: Interview With Infinity Land Press
“Safe art is useless to a publisher such as ILP, and just like the work of other ILP artists that goes along with our personal taste - Dennis Cooper and Michael Salerno - this stuff is loaded”
Rosana Simonassi: The Plastic Disposition Interview
“I am a creature of consumerism. And I consume this kind of image myself; I would not be able to work with them if I wasn´t”
Goodbye America: An Interview with Brad Feuerhelm
"I did recognise the irreplaceable object and destroyed it and my embattled state of mind with America continues."
Francesca Catastini: Anatomy is Destiny
“This no ladder-like interaction among images possibly triggers many forms of interplay and an autonomous exchange between the work and the viewer”
Cucurrucucu: Considering the Crime
“Perhaps it is a fantasy that one could wield power over the representation of death by its abstracted nature? Is this not a dangerous game to play god over the image of death?”
Star Mangled: Interview with Harlan Levey
"The presentation of politics has become pure entertainment; just another unhealthy consumable good and both candidates got chewed up and swallowed that night, which felt very appropriate and was more therapeutic than I would have imagined."
Allan Sekula, Against the Grain: An Interview with David Campany
"The idea of art and politics co-existing is no more or less deeply problematic than the idea of them being separate. But nobody said it was going to be a picnic."