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At Artspace, Four Artists Unfix Time

In the sun-bathed front gallery of Artspace, viewers can now repose on uncommonly comfortable bean bag chairs. On a cafe table before the chairs are four ballpoint pens, unmarked copies of the exhibit’s germinal texts—Frantz Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth and Harsha Walia’s Border & Rule among them—and an open invitation to annotate them. Hanging on the wall are prayer rugs, which in vibrant blocks of color convey steady messages: “I am a body,” “iamuslima,” and “I’m as good as you are.”

Al Larriva-Latt, Arts Paper – At Artspace, Four Artists Unfix Time