Articles by Liz Sheehan

William Pope.L, Small Cup, 2008

Liz K. Sheehan’s Top 10 of 2010

Liz K. Sheehan’s Top 10 of 2010

Ten memorable art-related moments of 2010, in no particular order: 10. Best animal weirdness: William Pope.L, Small Cup, 2008, Video, 12:52 minutes, included in the 2010 DeCordova Biennial Filmed in …

Marcel Duchamp, Tzanck Check, 1919. Pen and ink on paper.

What’s it worth? Artist and community currencies

What’s it worth? Artist and community currencies

The territory of art that responds to, comments on, and intervenes in the art market is vast. There are a range of practices in contemporary art that involve currency as …

Liz Kueneke, Locating Ourselves in Los Angeles, 2009. Embroidery on fabric, public intervention artifact.

Mapping our way back

Mapping our way back

Many thanks to all of you who commented on my posts last week, particularly “On teaching art to scientists,” which seems to have resonated strongly with Art21 and PBS readers. …

Art vs. Science, Courtesy www.artvsscience.net

On teaching art to scientists

On teaching art to scientists

This July, I’ll be teaching a course I developed on the intersections of contemporary art and science, for Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). My students are advanced high schoolers, attending two-week …

Dan Graham, For Gordon Bunshaft, 2008. Two-way mirror, steel, wood.

Where Was I?

Where Was I?

One of my ongoing curatorial interests has been the relationship between perception and subject formation — how does what we perceive say about who we are, and vice versa? How …