Sculptures by Antonak comprising silk, corn husk, and plastic flowers. Erin Lee Antonak Photo. Healing hats that must be worn to events before they are finished. Installations that have the size and look of movie sets, with no rolling reel of film in site. “Glitch art,” with a spray of colors across the screen like a Nintendo has been kicked until it screams.
Amie Mulungula. His hero, Jay Kemp, is pictured behind him. Karen Marks Photo.
Katie Heinlein: “Each piece had a place...gun control should be more like that." Karen Marks Photos.
Sarah Fritchey: “Normally, these things are happening during the day, when we’re all at work. These aren’t violent crimes. These are really seeing people urinate in public, sell drugs on the street. We’re seeing this relating to a public health crisis that doesn’t really have an easy solution.” Pictured is Joe Bun Keo's 5 Orange St. installation. Lucy Gellman Photos.
Rubin: Should the city pay for a rehab? Lucy Gellman Photos.
The Lineage Group co-founder Malcolm Welfare: We want to elevate black artists. Naomi Santiago photographs.