Slicing History: Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai’s performative lectures and collages

Slicing History:  Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai’s performative lectures and collages

A survey of the work of LA-based artist Prima Jalichandra-Sakuntabhai made through a collaborative process of interviews and text exchanges between Kathryn Barulich and the artist. Focusing on Prima's performative lectures and collages, the essay looks to the breakdown of structures of power by its symbols. Prima opens up an alternative future archive made outside of a patriarchal model.

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Shaghayegh Cyrous with Kathryn Barulich and Christopher Squier (time/difference: Part I)

Shaghayegh Cyrous with Kathryn Barulich and Christopher Squier (time/difference: Part I)

Dissolve interviews Shaghayegh Cyrous, curator of Eleven and a Half Hours(Aggregate Space Gallery), an exhibition focused on how Iranian and American residents carry on living despite varying levels of political turmoil that maintain a state of unrest. The collaboration between Dionne Lee and Shirin Abedinirad, two female artists in parallel political and geographical locations, showcases an attempt to resist the law of inertia by entering into a conversation and sharing experiences of discomfort in a sanctioned world.

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