Monthly Archives: June, 2016

Articles Dennis Congdon, Two Palms, 2015.
The Congeries of Dennis Congdon

In Marguerite Yourcenar’s essay, “That Mighty Sculptor, Time,” she speaks of the “involuntary beauty” of ruined sculpture from the ancient past: …statues so thoroughly shattered that out of the debris a new work of art is born: a naked foot…

Articles "First pack of cigarettes (one left), skeleton key, two dollar bill, Apollo landing coin." Image by Caitlin Duennebier.
Inside/Out: Memory Archive

Being a pack rat and a sucker for attachment to objects, I’ve put a lot of thought into the value of things if you are using memory as a currency. Recently my sister Nicole Duennebier and I were invited to participate in…