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Share: On November 8, 2010, Peter Dobill met up with Rafael Sanchez to discuss his performance work while enjoying a meal at Dojo Restaurant in New York City. PETER: What is your background coming into performance art and how did you start out? RAFAEL: I started doing make shift performances in high school around, 16 or 17.
Share: Mischievious and playful, Laura Keeble’s sculpture broaches political topics in a conversational way – wittily interrupting the monologue of everyday life. The London-based artist creates unsanctioned public art that is surreptitiously dropped into high profile locations. Working against traditional ideas of monumentality, Keeble’s impromptu street installations are uncertain and fleeting- questioning the presumed permanence (and authority) of sculpture.
It might require a more sophisticated race then our own to point out that a finely made gardening tool can be romantic...
"Suddenly you are struggling with a new language, new country, with a sweet, kind, vulnerable baby in your arms..."
Share: Editor’s Note: This poem originally appeared in The Animal Eye, a small, independent magazine of literature and political commentary published in Cincinnati in the 1990s. It is archived online at http://animaleye.info/issue13/issue13page17.htm. Table of Contents