What If Less Were More: “Deathpower” at Law Warshaw Gallery

Christina Schmid discusses a group exhibition at the Macalester College gallery.

Christina Schmid is a writer who thinks with art and experiments with prose. She is interested in the materiality of text, haptic criticism, and the ways art generates ideas. Her essays and reviews have been published online and in print, in anthologies, journals, zines, artist books, and exhibition catalogs. She works at the University of Minnesota’s Department of Art in Minneapolis where she teaches contemporary art, critical practice, process, and theory. She is a recipient of a MN State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant for Creative Prose.