Monthly Archives: June 2017

The North American Indian at Muskegon Museum of Art @ Hyperallergic

MUSKEGON, Mich. — Can one come to a revelation through a visit to an art museum, or is it something that can only be arrived at through a more intensive personal journey? This is the question that emerged for me as I visited the Muskegon Museum of Art for Edward S. Curtis: The North American […]

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Preserving Muslim Identity: On Allyship and the Unsteady Practice of Getting Out of the Way

This Saturday will mark the closing of a month-long exhibition at Public Pool art space in Hamtramck, which I helped to organize. It represents my first work as a curator, although I’m still grappling with what curating actually means for me. Something more like facilitation, I think. This show was a good opportunity to practice […]

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Momento Mori: Better Made – The Incinerator Show (1st Edition)

You can check out the first works in my Momento Mori: Better Made series, which are part of The Incinerator Show, a group show at Ocelot Print Shop that opened last night, and will run through June 23rd. These are screen-printed and hand-beaded works on fabric. Remember you must die. #momentomori See more here… Images […]

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The Incinerator Show opens Thursday, June 15 @ Ocelot Print Shop

Among Michigan’s myriad environmental offenses that endanger the clear air and water that we as citizens of an allegedly first-world nation might rightfully expect, the Detroit incinerator is one of the longest-running issues for folks here in the city. Anyone who lives downwind, or even drives by, is familiar with the smell when something particularly […]

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Gray Matters at Wexner Center for the Arts @ Delicious Line

Have a new one up over at Delicious Line – for when you want an art review that you can read before your microwave burrito is done heating up (that’s not their official tag line). Gray Matters Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University The experience of being a woman is not corporeal. Though […]

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