Lafayette Anticipation associate curator Anna Colin talks to artist Tyler Coburn about Ergonomic Futures, a speculative project engaged with art, design, science, anthropology and writing. In this interview, Coburn discusses the research, production process and network of collaborators of a multilayered project ultimately concerned with the futures of humankind. Anna Colin: When one comes across your museum seats Ergonomic Futures (2016—) in contemporary art exhibitions—and soon in natural history, fine art, and anthropology museums—they look… [read more »]
Simon Fujiwara’s The Boy Who Cried Wolf is a dreamlike blend of autobiographical fantasy, homoerotic desire, and the power of Abstract Expressionism to change a young boy’s sexual life. The story weaves in and out of re-imagined scenes from Fujiwara’s own life, but with a twist. A wedding scene, his parent’s bar set in Franco’s Spain and a confrontation with himself in the Mirror Stage all come together to paint the perfect non-linear narrative. Is there a difference between fact and fiction? Come and find out!
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