Audrey Chan is a Los Angeles-based artist and writer. Her essays and interviews have appeared in Afterall Online, Art21 Blog, and …might be good. Her first book, Conseil juridique et artistique / Legal and Artistic Counsel (2011), concerns the relationship between art and politics in French law.
Lloyd Hamrol Remembers CalArts by Audrey Chan
In 1973, artist Lloyd Hamrol and a group of students constructed Woven Cone, a teepee shaped rope sculpture, on a rise overlooking the rear parking area of the CalArts campus in Valencia, CA. The piece stood there as an iconic presence until this past summer, when it was dismantled following the discovery of a severe termite infestation. Hamrol came to the campus to remember his experiences...
Reports from a Strange Democracy: Guillermo Gómez-Peña by Audrey Chan
Guillermo Gómez-Peña's performances—audacious spectacles inspired by religious ritual, S&M culture, experimental theater, and pop culture—release buried racist thoughts and investigate psychic wounds. In a career that has spanned NAFTA, 9/11, and the emergence of post-9/11 America, he continues to steadfastly mine the incendiary arena of confrontation and catharsis.