Dayle Wood on Susanna Harwood Rubin

Emerging from the scores of vertical graphite striations lining the surface of this drawing, the words 102 boulevard Haussmann denote more than a physical location within the city of Paris. The phrase—an address, a place-name—describes a location in which events and interactions occurred, in which memories were formed, in which experiences were had. Once the […]

Discussion Forum

For each week that Art=Text=Art was on view at the Zimmerli Art Museum (September 4, 2012 – January 6, 2013), we invited one moderator to lead a conversation about a particular aspect of the art on display. Below are links to these open discussions, which were managed by Nathan Langston. The Creative Potential of a Blank Sheet […]

Dayle Wood

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(Art + Text) x Change = Art: Or, How to Read an Artwork with your iPhone

N. Elizabeth Schlatter Gabe: Change equals death! Judy: What kind of bullshit? That’s just a bullshit line! Maybe you fool your twenty-year-old students into thinking that’s some kind of a, an insight or something, but it means nothing! Change is what life is made of! Change — if you don’t change, you don’t grow; you […]


We sincerely thank The Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Yale University Art Gallery, the Brooklyn Museum, the University at Buffalo Art Galleries, the Poetry Collection of the University Libraries, University at Buffalo, Laura & Mike Curtis, and Stephen M. Kramarsky & Elise Mac Adam for their generous loans to Art=Text=Art. We applaud the museum […]