The Politics of Being a Parent in the Art World
Read: Review by Gregory Sholette for HYPERALLERGIC

Home Affairs at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Project Space
Read: Interview with Karen Brummund for Lines-Between

On the Parent-Shaped Hole in the Art World

by Maibritt Borgen for Canadian Art
Read: Review of The Let Down Reflex Exhibition

Woman’s Work and Home Affairs

"As mothers in the West, we enter a fractured cultural worldview which insists that our raising children is the most important and valuable work yet simultaneously punishes us for the time we take for this work with decreases in income, time we cannot claim towards a career path, and a general opinion that women who spend part or all of their time at home with children are lazy and somehow taking advantage of others who are doing “real-world” work."  Read full text:
By Breeann Kirby on March 10, 2015