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    Postmodernism Is Not Permission Suzanne Kite November 2, 2022 Photo: Suzanne Kite, 2022. Making artworks and showing them publicly means entering into critical discourse with the world around us. Colonialism is insidiously perpetuated by artists through artworks, or...
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    How is colonialism connected to American relationships with extraterrestrial beings? This commentary analyzes contemporary and founding US mythologies as constant, calculated attempts for settlers to obtain indigeneity in this land stemming from a fear...
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    stones make birds make stones, (inyan/zintkala/inyan kagapi), Storm King, 2020 This piece was commissioned for the project Return to the Field which began as an invitation to consider questions of environment, affect, and mapping emotional...
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    Three Diffractions of LA, Kite, 2020I have been trying to make an artwork about Los Angeles since 2014. But I can only see National Boulevard through a kaleidoscope and my blood runs cold when I...
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    INTERVIEWS / MARCH 11, 2021 Practising the Unattainable Indigenous dream-world data, temporal spirals and technologies to come—a poet and performer talks to an artist and composer about transformative ways of tuning...