This essay by Laurel McLaughlin is the fourth in a series of essays archiving one year of Grizzly Grizzly exhibitions, in celebration of our 10th year as an artist collective. Throughout the year, we will be collaborating with exhibiting artists and emerging and established writers to produce essays that critically reflect on the exhibitions and […]Read more "Pareidolia for Relational Survival: Sculptures by Michelle Marcuse"
We are pleased to have Roksana Filipowska join us again with her second essay for Speak Speak. In this recent piece on Eternal Cleanse, Filipowsaka focuses her studies in plasticity to reveal “the flickering ontologies and cognitive slippages” that result from PLAKOOKEE’S November exhibit at Grizzly Grizzly. This piece is the second in a series […]Read more "Destructive Plasticity as Creative Force, Thinking with Plakookee’s Eternal Cleanse: An Essay by Roksana Filipowska"