Muscular Sanity: The Language of Pain in Literature, The Los Angeles Review of Books
Writing about pain can be an afflictive undertaking unto itself.
Interview with Carolee Schneemann, King Kong Magazine
On her career, emancipatory vision for painting and performance, and cats
Interview with Chris Kraus, Document Journal
“Simone Weil wrote somewhere, ‘always do what will cost you the most.’”
Interview with Geoff Dyer, Document Journal
If you haven’t a sense of humor, don’t speak to Geoff Dyer. Or read his books.
William Forsythe's Choreographic Objects, Flash Art
What else, besides the body, could physical thinking look like?
Castello Ruspoli, Vogue
Summer at a 16th century Italian castle
Iris Apfel: Accidental Icon, Cultured Magazine
On geriatric style and never retiring
The Strange, Irreverent World of Leonora Carrington, The Los Angeles Review of Books
Carrington probes the Surrealist female-madness narrative
Writing Without a Face: On Elena Ferrante's Frantumaglia, The Millions
The real Elena Ferrante is, quite explicitly, a fiction.
Review of American Ballet Theatre's Giselle, DanceTabs
To see Giselle at ABT is to see a reliable, sturdy performance, steeped in longevity.
Review of American Ballet Theatre's La Bayadère, DanceTabs
Can a convincing case can be made for keeping La Bayadère in the repertoire?
Art Monster, Artillery Magazine
A column (usually) about contemporary art