By Charles Schultz
MAY 2022 | ArtSeen
You either start in darkness, or you start in the light. One is not better than the other, but the choice is the first one that affects your experience of the Whitney Biennial. The show spreads out across multiple floors, but it mainly takes place on two: one is designed like a labyrinth, the other as an open field. Its a dramatic shift. In the labyrinth your eyes cant travel far; in the open field there is almost nothing to stop them.
By Susana Plotts-Pineda
JULY/AUG 2023 | Poetry
Susana Plotts-Pineda is an artist, writer, and translator. Her writing has been featured in Kitchen Magazine, Global Performance Studies, Waif Magazine and The Drunken Canal. Recently, her manuscript was selected as a finalist at Wendy's Subway. Her performances and film have shown at Performance Studies International, Beam Centers The Lighthouse on Governors Island, and the Orange County Film Fiesta. She received her MFA in Poetry at Brooklyn College. Currently, she is the Latino Poetry Fellow at Library of America.