Danica Radoshevich is an artist working in St Louis, and is an MFA candidate at Washington University’s Sam Fox School of Fine Art and a contributing editor at Red Wedge. Her paintings, drawings and installations revolve around an interest in the complex intersections between infrastructural spaces, political economies, historical memory and our physical, perceptual and imaginary conceptions of space. More recent forays into critical writing are driven by her frustrated fixation on art history and historiography and visual studies. She should probably watch less television.
- "November: On Making Contemporary Anti-Capitalist Art," April 24th, 2015
- "Zombie Gallery? The White Cube and The German Ideology," February 8th, 2015