I just wanted to write a short post to reflect on my review of Through Lines, a group exhibition presented by Koffler Gallery and Critical Distance Centre for Curators last fall. The review is featured in the “Crossovers” section of the most recent issue of Border Crossings, which is now available both in print and online, here.
I don’t have too much to say about the review, but I did want to thank the editors of Border Crossings for accepting my pitch. I visited the exhibition several times last year, and I enjoyed it thoroughly. Perhaps more importantly, though, the exhibition’s central theme of redaction gave me a chance to try applying some of my PhD research on erasure to a different artistic genre and a different mode of writing. I’d like to say the experiment was successful, but in any case, I am grateful for the opportunity to carry it out.
Of course, publishing in a magazine like Border Crossings is also huge step toward expanding my art writing portfolio, which I hope to continue developing over the coming months and years. Hopefully you’ll see more writing like this from me soon. Until then, happy reading!