First came hieroglyphs, then epic poems,
stage plays and operas. Then there were books, newspapers, movies,
radios and televisions. Now, smartphones, iPads and Kindles. The methods
by which we r
Ryan Wilson Paulsen and Anna Gray’s artistic monogamy at Disjecta’s Biennial.
It’s an image that could keep you up at night: a young
man, his wife, and their child lay atop the bolted entrance to a family
crypt. The parents’ eyes are closed as the child rests limply on