Starless Midnight: Archive Research File

Starless Midnight: Archive Research File
Archive Shelf Location 24/17.STAR
Publication Date Sep 2017

A collection of research material relating to the exhibition Starless Midnight. Contents include:

Starless Midnight: BALTIC Interpretation and Exhibition Guide
Starless Midnight: Artist biographies and project notes (unpublished planning document)
Season Review of BALTIC Exhibitions, The Crack, December 2017.
Baltic gives us a sign of the times, Newcastle Journal, 10/11/2017
Have you noticed the hidden message..? Newcastle Evening Chronicle, 09/11/2017.
Staff Research notes on the artists in the exhibition (unpublished)
White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo, International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, Vol 3 (3) (2011) pp54-70.

Ashley Holmes:
Everybody's Hustling - artist description of project
Dot Dot Dit Dit Dot Dot Dash - outline of Holmes' residency at Site Gallery, Sheffield, from, 2017.
Ashley Holmes is announced as Site Gallery's first Sheffield Platform Residency Artist, from, 2017.
Site Gallery online announcement on Ashely's Holmes' residency, 2017.

Cauleen Smith:
Human 3.o Reading List Manifesto, posted 16/06/2015 by Cauleen Smith on https://readinglisthumanthreepointo.wordpress.comThe Association for the Advancement of Cinematic Creative Maladjustment: A Manifesto © Cauleen Smith, from Creative Maladjustment which took place on 15/01/2012 at the New Museum, New York.
Cauleen Smith: A Star is a Seed, A Seed is a Star, in, 17/07/2012.
Destoying Narratives: Cauleen Smith, Mousse Magazine, issue 55, October-November 2016.
A Moving Image Artist Finds Freedom After Abandoning the Film Industry,, March 2017.
Cauleen Smith by Leslie Hewitt in BOMB magazine #116, July 2011.

Season Butler:
Why I'm dancing as Bill Cosby, The Guardian 12/08/2015.

Barby Asante:
Artist Biography from
Profile from International Curators Forum
Barby Asante: Notes from the Field, Engage #15, pp 29-32.
Our Sister Killjoy, Wikipedia entry about the 1977 novel by Ama Ata Aidoo, referenced in Asante's work.
Crew research notes on the 1968 film by Horace Ove, Baldwin's Nigger, referenced in Asante's work.
Artist's description of the project As Always a Painful Declaration of Independence, featured in Starless Midnight.
Barby Asante - DOLPH Press Release, June 2017.
Barby Asante: Wig Therapy, 2001 in Documenting Live (BALTIC Library location: 29.BAIL)

Charles Gaines:
Charles Gaines' 'Manifestos' at UCLA Hammer Museum, LA Times, 07/02/2011.
The Eye That Writes: Charles Gaines' "Manifestos" -, 2011
Charles Gaines: 'I am dealing in the area of how meaning is formed' by A Will Brown, Studio International (online), 08/09/2015.
Charles Gaines: Manifestos 2 (2013), live event information.
How the dense grids of artist Charles Gaines took the ego out of art, LA Times, 03/03/2015.
Charles Gaines: Gridwork, Hammer Museum News Release, 03/12/2014.
Sites of Reason, MoMA Press Release, featuring Charles Gaines, June 2014.

Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle:
The Evanesced: Embodied Disappearance Playlist, from, 02/07/2017
The Holy Ghosts: Interview with Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle by Malika Ali Harding,, 29/03/2017.
One Artist's Melancholy Look at Missing African-American Women, New York Times, 14/04/2017.
Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle's The Evanesced at CAAM,, 10/03/2017.
Imagining the Portraits of African American Women Erased from History, , 25/04/2017.
100 missing women: Drawings at African American museum tell a powerful story of loss, LA Times, 27/03/217.
Inspired #SayHerName, Artist Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle is Keeping Black Women From Disappearing, LA Weekly, 13/03/2017.
Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle, profile from publication Made in L.A. 2012 (BALTIC Library location: 14.USLA)

Karon Davis:
Kara Walker, Karon Davis and the black female artists retelling US history, The Guardian, 05/04/2017.
Karon Davis: Pain Management. Wilding Cran Gallery, Press Release, 17/09/2016.
Karon Davis: Pain Management. Wilding Cran Gallery, review Artforum (online).
Karon Davis Mourned the Loss of Her Husband, Artist Noah Davis, By Turning Grief Into Art, LA Weekly, 28/09/2016.
Karon Davis' 'Pain Management' plumbs loss and love in a tribute to her late husband, Noah Davis, LA Times, 30/09/2016.

Micol Hebron:
An Invitation to Participate in Gallery Tally (at BALTIC)
The Gallery Tally Poster Project: A Call for Gender Equity in the Art World,, September 2014.
How much do art galleries favor men over women? Gallery Tally poster project puts an answer on the wall, LA Times, 31/03/2016.
With 'Gallery Tally Project,' Micol Hebron Examines Gender Inequality in the Art Market,, 26/05/2016.
Artist's biography and description of the project featured in Starless Midnight.
Micol Hebron, projects 1995-2011, Jancar Gallery
18%: Artist Micol Hebron tallies the presence of women on Artforum covers, LA Times, 10/04/2015.
"Gallery Tally" Visualizes Art World Misogyny,, 08/03/2016.

Louis Cameron:
The Poster Project, pages from web
Louis Cameron: Times Square Ring of Steel, exhibition guide from The Gallery@1GAP, Brooklyn. 2014
Inter-view: Louis Cameron, The Studio Museum in Harlem Magazine, Fall-Winter 2008/9.
Everyday objects morph into abstractions, St. Louis Today, 25/05/2008.
Louis Cameron at I-20, Art in America, September 2005.
Louis Cameron: 'Pop Secret' at I-20 Gallery, Art on Paper, May/June 2005.
The Ironies of Diversity, or the Disappearing Black Artist by Dawoud Bey,, 2004.
Hands On, Hands Down at the Studio Museum in Harlem, Art in America, February 2004.


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Format Archive Research File
Related Artists Barby Asante, Louis Cameron, Season Butler, Karon Davis, Charles Gaines, Micol Hebron, Kenyatta A C Hinkle, Ashley Holmes, Cauleen Smith, Edgar Arceneaux
Keywords Civil rights, Poverty, Wars, Race (concept)
Related Event Starless Midnight (20 October 2017 – 21 January 2018)
Related Gallery BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

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