TELEPHONE LINES & VEINS
Jad Dahshan wrote a brilliant review of SAVAGENESS, really more of an essay in its own right, for the Chicago Maroon: "The show concluded with the three miners sitting on a dining table while Scappettone, in the middle, flipped through the telegraphic code book. Savageness gives its audience so much to take in at once that processing—let alone remembering—the experience is difficult. Yet, as Scappettone used her phone camera to let the audience see the pages of the code book, we were given a bionic eye to visualize the lives of the workers who built the very floor beneath us, who spun the wires through which people routinely upload parts of their soul, and whose work ensured there are indeed 'veins embraced in the property.'"
Read the whole piece here.