March 7, 2009
Sophie Calle uses disturbing personal details of her life—and sometimes she appropriates “inappropriate” details of other people’s lives, whether they know it or not—as the raw materialof her work. It is sensational, in a way. But her work is not the aesthete’s version of reality television. The iconic French artist knows very well where her life ends and where her art begins. Sophie Calle may be a piece of work, but her work is art.
The Builders Association
November 23, 2008
Technology didn’t kill thatre. Director Marianne Weem and her computer-friendly ensemble turn sets into channel-surfing high-speed wonderlands.