BLIND SPOT MAGAZINE & PHOTO-BASED ART
Blind Spot Magazine is a semi-annual not-for-profit art journal that publishes unseen work by living photographers. Blind Spot bridges the gap between emerging and established artists, and creates a new context where each can benefit from the company of the other.
Wildcat conceived & produced the video interview series Conversations.
Conversations includes an artist in conversation with a collaborator or colleague of the artist's choice acting as the interviewer.
The premiere episode featured an interview with Corin Hewitt by Jason Fulford, followed by Davide Balula in Conversation Shawn Maximo.
WATCH CONVERSATIONS HERE
Wildcat co-edited Blind Spot's Summer 2010 Issue #41, and curated and prroduced the accompanying lab event and exhibition at Wild Projects, New York City, including film screenings by Babette Mangolte and Susan Winterling, live art by Corin Hewitt & Davide Balula, installations by Chris Gentile, and photography by Rachel Harrison.
Wildcat has produced Blind Spot Lab since 2007. The lab events are made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Blind Spot Lab offers a live experience of Blind Spot magazine, and provides a flexible forum for artists to further explore the themes of each issue. Designed in collaboration between Blind Spot staff, issue co-editors, and contributing artists, each Lab will be a unique event that is specifically tailored to complement the tenor of the issue it celebrates.
Wildcat produced Blind Spot's annual fundraising auction from 2007-2010 at s locations such as Phillips De Pury & David Zwirner Gallery. Wildcat produced & co-curated the Winter 2009 auction, held at the contemporary art space X Initiative.