Rachel Wolfson Smith draws beyond the surface
Known for her large-scale graphite drawings of light and shadow, Smith uses new media to investigate the illusory depths of memory and speculation.Publisher: SightlinesDate: August 30, 2022linkFormat: Digital

Shed Shows opens ‘ Distant Sirens’
Humble yet elevated, Shed Shows offers an unconventional pop-up space for Austin’s artists to display their most experimental work.Publisher: SightlinesDate: July 21, 2022
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At Wildflower Center, Armando Cortés' ‘Estésen Cercas’
The culmination of the St. Elmo’s Arts Residency, Cortés’ exhibition probes a liminal space where personal and territorial boundaries overlap.Publisher: SightlinesDate: May 3, 2022
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‘The Plastic Bag Store,’ critiques overproduction… by overproducing?
Amusing and accessible, Robin Frohardt’s immersive installation playfully addresses the absurd nature of consumerism, but trades clarity and insight for momentary thrills.Publisher: SightlinesDate: April 7, 2022linkFormat: Digital

At All the Sudden art space, it’s process over product
The East Austin project space is set up for experimentation, at times molding into an exhibition space, a music venue, a host of book clubs and workshops, a meeting place for mutual aid organizing — or some lively combination of it all.Publisher: SightlinesDate: March 21, 2022linkFormat: Digital

In “The Thief Collector,” Thrill-Seeking Fantasies Turn to Criminal DelusionsOrdinary people, exceptional thievesPublisher: The Austin ChronicleDate: March 11, 2022
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Exploring Black Digital History Through the Legacy of the Nike Air Force 1
Ciara Elle Bryant wonders when a shoe becomes an icon?Publisher: The Austin ChronicleDate: March 11, 2022linkFormat: Digital

Are You Local? Crit Group Reunion Redefines What it Means to be an Austin Artist
Two-part retrospective exhibition brings local creatives together, and to the main galleryPublisher: The Austin ChronicleDate: November 19, 2021linkFormat: Print

"The Blessings of the Mystery" Questions the Notion of Preservation and Ownership
A different West Texas at UT's Visual Arts Center
Publisher: The Austin ChronicleDate: October 29, 2021linkFormat: Print

‘Paradoxes of Disconnected Connection’ in Disentangling: The Geographies of Digital Disconnection
Adams, Paul, Behrens, V., Hoelscher, S., and Robinson, H., Lavrenova, O., and Yuan, Y.Publisher: Oxford University PressDate: July 13, 2021
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Beili Liu's Sculpture Cloud Pavilion Shimmers at Seaholm
How this glistening steel sculpture by the Austin-based artist became a permanent fixture of an evolving Downtown.Publisher: SightlinesDate: May 28, 2021
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SXSW Film Review: Twyla MovesAn intimate and fiercely entertaining dance with a legendPublisher: The Austin ChronicleDate: March 18, 2021linkFormat: Digital

Who Gets to be Human Onscreen?
The Interior Chinatown author reflects on how Asian American lives are characterized in popular entertainmentPublisher: The Austin ChronicleDate: March 11, 2021linkFormat: Print
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