End of the Year issue of Creative Thresholds ROCKS!

The last issue of CT  for the year–and the last issue before going to a twice-monthly format–ROCKED!

Michael Dickins explores the blunting of awareness and empathy by our mass media in Michael Dickins: PreOccupied.

Michael Dickins, “New York 2011”, 48”x48”, pastel, graphite, charcoal, oil pastel
Michael Dickins, “New York 2011”, 48”x48”, pastel, graphite, charcoal, oil pastel

J. Adam McGalliard works the layers of reality in  “Projections“:

“The projected image works as a double-edged sword. It can starkly reveal something that is hidden, like the writhing tattoos of the Illustrated Man, or it can mask an individual as a concealing veil or garment that creates a protected outer hull.”

J. Adam McGalliard, “Pink Magnolias,” Oil on Linen
J. Adam McGalliard, “Pink Magnolias,” Oil on Linen

A fantastic end-of-the-year meditation and killer playlist in Rebekah Goode-Peoples’s “Pay Attention (and then do something).”

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In the “Postcolonial Thoughts” column Christopher Hutchinson reviews leading art theorist/curator Nicholas Bourriaud’s The Radicant.

nicholas-bourriaud-the-radicant

Stellar reflection by Daniel Boscaljon upon the nature of relationship  in “all that I had in you was only myself”  (image by me).

Melissa D. Johnston
Melissa D. Johnston

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