The Transcendent Brow, Another Quiet Emergency
CORRINE FITZPATRICK is based in Brooklyn. She is a recipient of a 2014 Creative Capital/Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant.
Warren Neidich: The Brain Without Organs: An Aporia of CareBy Anuradha Vikram
SEPT 2022 | ArtSeen
At the Museum of Neon Art, The Brain Without Organs: An Aporia of Care, takes a radically deconstructive approach to the brain as a material organ and as an emblem of human intellect, the source of our unique evolutionary advantage.
The Slowest Wave – Dancing for DataBy Dillon Heyck
FEB 2023 | Dance
A striking collaboration between neuroscientists and contemporary butoh dancers culminated in a moving assemblageJapanese dance, EEG technology, databases, light, pregnancy, science writing, and emergency alarms remixed with house beats. Vangelines The Slowest Wave is a hybrid work featuring choreography inspired not only by deep psychological sensuousness but also material, electromagnetic properties of the body.
37. 1964 and Later, LondonBy Raphael Rubinstein
FEB 2023 | The Miraculous
Thanks to her own talent, fearlessness and good looks, a 17-year-old working-class British girl secures a recording contract. Between takes at her first studio session she looks up at the control booth and sees her manager jumping up and down with excitement and the technicians around her laughing. Your feet, your feet, the manager explains over the microphone.
David Opdyke: Someday, all thisBy Akua Banful
DEC 22–JAN 23 | ArtSeen
David Opdykes wry, panoramic visions of an America perceptibly in the grips of climate crisis were born of an artistic crisisof needing to come up an idea by digging somewhere other than my own brain. Having drawn on his imagination to conjure up the trenchant, ecologically-inflected critiques of American imperialism and late-stage capitalism that have defined his work for twenty years, he wondered what more he might, artistically speaking, say.