Gowri Sunder

Class of 2018

Articles

  • Ephemeral Infrastructures

    Ephemeral Infrastructures by Lucy Denegre at The Frame Gallery has a certain lightness. In the center of the room stands a delicate chicken wire house draped with an airy fabric, printed rust-colored with cement-like textures. On either side, the same type of texture is displayed on delicate white fabric. All around The Frame are photographs and prints taken during the artist’s time abroad. The ...

    Pillbox | October 16, 2017
  • Bar Buddies: Apteka

    It seems like the perfect night to dress up like hipsters and make fun of your exes. But what bar is going to match your flannel and beanie aesthetic? Cue Apteka, in all its candles-in-mason-jar, grass-garnished-cocktail glory.

    Pillbox | October 16, 2017
  • Welcome Home

    Greeted by pulsing music and the proclamation of a “black multimedia space,” I immediately felt the gallery buzzing with energy around the brightly colored portraits of young, black, gender non-conforming males and color-blocked sculptures constructed from found materials. “My Boys” is spray painted along the wall of portraits, functioning as a sort of shrine to the young men portrayed in the soft...

    Pillbox | September 18, 2017
  • The Arts in Pittsburgh

    As we all start to settle in for the new semester, aesthetes and culture-curious newbies alike might be wondering where to go to get their fix of art and entertainment. Pittsburgh, as you may have heard, is a city rich with music, theater, and the arts. Although it is not as big as an arts hub as New York or L.A., the low cost of living and rich history leads to a diverse and exciting art scene. W...

    Pillbox | September 11, 2017
  • Roll Call

    “Art is thinking and theorizing manifest; it is a cousin of philosophy and a sibling to science, whose threads have exceeded the body and body politic to confront change through a series of radical proposals that have mapped humankind’s progression from the caves of Lascaux to contemporary
    conditions of post-humanism.”

    Pillbox | May 1, 2017

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