Affinities

Robert Seydel: Material bearing witness to imagination

Daniel Owen writes in HYPERALLERGIC: “Collage is homage, but also respiration. Seydel’s work reanimates the work of his forebears, who did the same for theirs, invigorating the tradition with unusual reverence and passion. “

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Robert Seydel: Contamination and assemblage

Megan N. Liberty writes in ART IN PRINT: “To dissect [his collages] into separate components is to strip them of the qualities with which Seydel—correction, Ruth— imbues them. Collage is a triumph over the dispersion that haunts Benjamin’s collector.”

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Robert Seydel: Reading is always an intimate act

Matthew Erickson in THE BELIEVER: “[Seydel’s] work was the result of a private dialogue with a range of artists and writers, with influences echoing off of each other through his daily working cycle, the nights spent processing the texts ingested in the morning.”

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The Feminist Portal: the heterodoxical, sprawling expanse of work by women

Female artists don’t just stay in their disciplines; we experience, we forage, we play. —Eileen Myles

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The Feminist Portal: A – H

Beauty Rituals, Bees, Body Transformation, Blood, Book Interventions, Contigency, Cowgirls, Domestic Spaces & Time, The End(s) of the World, Eyes, Falling, Flower Constancy, Hands, Hypertext Gateways

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The Feminist Portal: I – P

Inheritance(s), Inversions, Labor/Production/Servitude, Limits & Excesses of Language, Lost & Found, Membranes, Mapping, Motherhood, Mirrors, The Perishable, Persona & Performance, Personal Icons, Pierce/Strike/Cut, Pink, Postcolonial Agency

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