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How Will I Ever Get Out of This Monolith?

“I want you to imagine a desert, stretching out as far as your eyes can see. In this desert is a cube.”
Eileen Cartter
15 hours ago
Actually, This Is Art

I Will Follow These Craigslist Chairs to the Ends of the Earth

Mentally, I am here.
Eileen Cartter
11.20.20
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In Good Taste, for a Good Cause

Designer Susan Alexandra details a new community fundraiser, in which you can bid on "starter packs" curated by your favorite iconic New Yorkers.
Eileen Cartter
11.13.20
GARAGE Magazine Issue 19

The Dinner Party of Dreams

A group of chefs, creatives, and activists envision their own dream gatherings, for a new future. Date (and dimension) TBD.
Eileen Cartter
11.13.20
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Plates for the People

You can shop the custom plates from our Issue 19 dinner party feature right now on our web store, with all of the proceeds going to NYC mutual aid.
Eileen Cartter
11.13.20
Art

GaHee Park's Cave People In a Modern World

The Korea-born, Queens-based artist's latest solo show at Perrotin New York is an ode to the surreal, erotic lure of—where else?—private space.
Eileen Cartter
10.9.20
Books

Welcome to The Slow Grind

Curator Georgina Johnson's first book explores the interconnectivity of race, mental health, creativity, and environmentalism to seek out balance in an accelerated world.
Eileen Cartter
10.2.20
Culture

"I Don't Know If Dance Itself Can Make Change, But I Know We Can Make Change"

For Victory and Marvel Ebinum, a brother dance duo from Lagos, movement is a method to speak about ecology and belonging.
Eileen Cartter
9.25.20
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How to DIY Your Community

Mutual-aid secondhand sales and donation drives are popping up across Brooklyn (and the internet)—and in raising money for the community, a community comes together.
Eileen Cartter
7.31.20
Culture

On André 3000’s Jumpsuits and the Shortness of Memory

OK, when do we hand over the cure and stop playing?
Eileen Cartter
7.17.20
Art

Dispatches from Illustrators in Quarantine

Four artists reflect on what they’ve been drawing, and what life looks like right now.
Eileen Cartter
6.7.20
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How to Donate to Black Lives Matter For Free

By fundraising via ad revenue, YouTuber Zoe Amira is turning the internet machine back on itself.
Eileen Cartter
6.7.20
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