Photos by Seph Rodney, Mario Ybarra Jr., and Carrie Paterson Text by Carrie Paterson It was lucky for me that early in the (first?) summer of the pandemic, I encountered the writings of Slovenian “graffitologist” […]
Just weeks after his historic zero gravity flight out of the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center in Star City, Russia, Nomadic Journal editor Carrie Paterson had the pleasure of interviewing Nahum, the Project Director for the massive art exhibition La Gravedad de los Asuntos (Matters of Gravity).
By Carrie Paterson
Among the many references loaded like cargo into Maryrose Cobarrubias Mendoza’s subtle and humorous sculptures are Southern California’s pattern of Filipino immigration, ecosystems, local bungalow architecture, shipping containers, chemistry and space travel. Yes, space travel, but we’ll get to that.
By Krystina Mierins and Carrie Paterson
Gregor Schneider’s Die Familie Schneider is part haunted house, part palimpsest, an installation shown originally in two doppelgänger East London counsel flats, and which has now been compiled into an illustrated book. The lauded German artist, who has made his name building claustrophobic rooms, has a secret—and he’s not telling.