Monthly Archives: September 2011

Recent conversations in the media regarding the last meal requests.

NPR recently ran a story about the state of Texas’ decision to discontinue the practice of the last meal requests by the death row inmates. You can read it here: http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2011/09/27/140838771/texas-turns-down-cooks-offer-of-free-last-meals. You can also listen to the interview of a cook … Continue reading

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Mark Cowardin

Kansas City artist Mark Cowardin’s sculptures speak to a disconnect between man and nature that is exaggerated as technology and invention increase the ability for humans to exist in an increasingly solitary fashion. In addition to self-fabricated elements, Mark uses … Continue reading

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Christian Marclay: “Looking for Love”

Welcome Natalie Popovic Schuh, our first guest curator for the PLUG projects blog! The PLUG BLOG acts as a curatorial extension to our physical space at 1613 Genessee. We will feature artists whose work relates to the current work on view, … Continue reading

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Andrea Higgins

Andrea Higgins (born in Kansas City – land of PLUG), is a painter who examines the structures of textiles to create associations between memory, taste, and the history of abstraction.  Higgins’ work has depicted patterns adorned by Presidential First Ladies, … Continue reading

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LIVING ARRANGEMENTS: Natalie Popovic Schuh: Guest Blog Writer

Natalie Popovic Schuh is a freelance curator and art dealer based in Los Angeles, CA. Previously she has worked as the Director of Carrie Secrist Gallery (Chicago,IL) and at Donald Young Gallery (Chicago, IL). In 2007 she received her Master’s … Continue reading

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