Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
The Reason We No Longer Speak The Reason We No Longer Speak

The Reason We No Longer Speak

Jesse Stecklow

Farhenheit Los Angeles, California, USA 01/31/2015 – 04/18/2015

The Reason We No Longer Speak is an exhibition by David Douard (b. 1983 in Perpignan, France, lives and works in Paris) that also includes interventions by Los Angeles-based artists, Liz Craft (b. 1970 in Los Angeles, lives and works in Los Angeles) and Jesse Stecklow (b. 1993 in Cambridge, lives and works in Los

The Reason We No Longer Speak is an exhibition by David Douard (b. 1983 in Perpignan, France, lives and works in Paris) that also includes interventions by Los Angeles-based artists, Liz Craft (b. 1970 in Los Angeles, lives and works in Los Angeles) and Jesse Stecklow (b. 1993 in Cambridge, lives and works in Los

Bathymetry Bathymetry

Bathymetry

Del Vaz Projects Los Angeles, California, USA 09/05/2014 – 11/22/2014

“The period we are entering is no longer a period after something: postcommunist, postmodernist, ‘postthis,’ or ‘postthat.’ The present era is ‘proto,’ but a preface to what, we do not know. Proto- is noncoercive, nonpredictive, and unaccountable: a mode of maybe. The future is a language without grammar, an unconscious without dreams, pure nothing. Inescapably

“The period we are entering is no longer a period after something: postcommunist, postmodernist, ‘postthis,’ or ‘postthat.’ The present era is ‘proto,’ but a preface to what, we do not know. Proto- is noncoercive, nonpredictive, and unaccountable: a mode of maybe. The future is a language without grammar, an unconscious without dreams, pure nothing. Inescapably