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  • Review ~”Empowerment”

    Review ~”Empowerment”

    Hannah Dean reviews Ryder Richards’ installation “Empowerment” at the CASP studios, Published by glasstire.com, December 2018

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  • Press: Fun with a Sex Machine

    Press: Fun with a Sex Machine

    Fun with a Sex Machine by Christina Rees, Glasstire.com on May 16, 2017 [“link”] The Art Of Sexperimentation: An Exploration Of Sexual Creativity in the Pursuit of Climax Ryder Richards and his collaborator Sue Anne Rische have gone straight to the gross, uncomfortable hangover of wretched excess and made a thing out of the Bunny…

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  • Review~ Invisible Hand at Beefhaus

    Review~ Invisible Hand at Beefhaus

    Ryder Richards at Beefhaus, Dallas Glasstire.com by Colette Copeland, 21 Oct 2016 [link] Ryder Richards’ most recent performance work Invisible Hand took place at Beefhaus Gallery in Dallas for a couple of weeks recently, in the run up to the fall season. The show examined the politics of labor (very specifically from the point of view…

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  • The One-Question Interview: Nicolas Bourriaud

    The One-Question Interview: Nicolas Bourriaud

      The One-Question Interview: What Nicolas Bourriaud Thinks Artists Should Be Reading 28 Oct 2015 / Ryder Richards published by Glasstire.com On October 15, writer/curator/theorist Nicolas Bourriaud gave a lecture at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth titled Politics of the Anthropocene. Humans, Things and Reification in Contemporary Art.  Texas-based artist Ryder Richards interviewed Bourriaud during this…

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  • Review~ Gibbons and Barnett at Goss-Michael

    Review~ Gibbons and Barnett at Goss-Michael

    Jeff Gibbons “Auto Relativity Kinetotron” and Jesse Morgan Barnett “Personal Life” at Goss-Michael Foundation by RYDER RICHARDS published by Glasstire.com [link] March 6th, 2015 Jeff Gibbons’ “Auto Relativity Kinetotron” is a minimalist installation dominated by the digital projection of a mountain range; it shakes as faltering camera work induces mild vertigo in the viewer. Completely filling the…

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  • Review ~ Emily Peacock: Soft Diet

    Review ~ Emily Peacock: Soft Diet

    Emily Peacock’s Soft Diet Hello Project, Houston [link] published on Glasstire.com, Feb 14, 2015  [link]   Initially a warm and quirky set of enlarged domestic snapshots, Emily Peacock’s Soft Diet at Hello Project in Houston has instant familiarity. They are the joyous familial pictures of every American child’s memories, except that the faces in each…

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