At multiple points in Things We Didn’t Talk About When I Was a Girl, Jeannie Vanasco says that the goal of her project — contacting the man who raped her after years of close friendship when they were both teenagers — is to “show what seemingly nice guys are capable of.” “Mark” (she gives the […]
Monroe is writing from inside the obsession. She is someone who is prone to what she calls “crime funks,” someone who has always been “murder-minded.”
tarah douglas talks about safe spaces, space for grief, and space for responding to the world.
A sense of mutual isolation suffuses Katherine Bradford’s visions of containment and longing in her latest solo show at Canada.