Madeleine Seidel is a curator and writer. Her writing on film, performance, and the art of the American South has been published in Art Papers, BURNAWAY, The Brooklyn Rail and others. She lives in New York, USA.
At TRAMPS, New York, the stalwart of the Lower East Side art and music scenes transmutes a painful personal archive into new assemblages
In her solo exhibition at MARCH, New York, the artist depicts communal life in scenes of both peace and violence as a site for political revolution
The artist’s bracing performances demonstrate that institutions – and perception itself – can never be neutral
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