Sandeep Mukherjee, "Tree Skin" at The Kitchen, New York
"Tree Skin", installation view, acrylic, acrylic ink on molded aluminum, 4 panels, each panel 6 x 4 feet, 2018

BLEACHED RACISTS AND LYNCHING TREES: THE SHOW THAT’S TARGETING WHITE SUPREMACY – CLAUDIA RANKINE

10 August, 2018 – The Guardian “Two years in the making, a new exhibition about white culture is delivering devastating insights into power and prejudice in modern America. Poet and curator Claudia Rankine relives its creation. Two years ago I … Continue reading

From the exhibition “A Lost Future,” a digital collage “Santiniketan Studies (A Century Before Us II): Infinite Study” (2018), by The Otolith Group.CreditRubin Museum

AT THE RUBIN MUSEUM, THE FUTURE HAS ARRIVED. AND IT’S FLUID – HOLLAND COTTER

The New York Times – 9 August, 2018 “The centerpiece here is a dreamy film by the two-person London-based Otolith Group (Anjalika Sagar and Kodwo Eshun). Titled “O Horizon,” it might be described as a species of creative nonfiction, an … Continue reading

The Otolith Group, O Horizon, 2018, 4K video, color, sound, 81 minutes. Commissioned by bauhaus imaginista and coproduced with the Rubin Museum of Art and Project 88.

THE OTOLITH GROUP – LAUREN O’NEILL-BUTLER

July 24, 2018 – Artforum “The Otolith Group’s latest film, O Horizon, 2018, comes out of a long-standing research interest in Rabindranath Tagore and his founding of Visva-Bharati, a school in Santiniketan, West Bengal, India, which was meant to be a … Continue reading

The Otolith Group, "Communists Like Us," 2009, (film still). Image courtesy the artists.

FEMINISM: POSSIBILITIES FOR KNOWING, DOING AND EXISTING. A CONVERSATION BETWEEN THE OTOLITH GROUP AND ANNIE FLETCHER – L’INTERNATIONALE

    “A mid-career survey of The Otolith Group entitled Xenogenesis curated by Annie Fletcher is planned to open at the Van Abbemuseum in May 2019. Annie Fletcher: You have mentioned that feminism is a generative force for you both in your work. … Continue reading

A still from Prajakta Potnis’s ‘the kitchen debate’ Sharjah Art Foundation

SHARJAH ART FOUNDATION’S NEW SHOW IS A RICH CACOPHONY OF INTERLOCKING CULTURES – MELISSA GRONLUND

July 18, 2018 – The National “Sharjah Art Foundation’s latest show takes this moment of interlocking South East Asian-Middle Eastern history as its jumping off point. A Tripoli Agreement inaugurates a new partnership between the foundation and the Sharjah-based airline Air Arabia … Continue reading