My art is inextricably tied to science. I have a BSc in Anatomy & Cell Biology that predates my BFA. I left the world of science because I was interested not only in what the body looks like or how it works – I wanted to find out more about what makes us who we are. What does the experie
Writer Rick Moody grew up in New York and the surrounding area. He studied at Brown and Columbia, briefly worked in publishing, and released his first novel in 1992.
Moody's work mines smart, messed-up people's minds and also explores the literate culture of New York City and its suburbs. Moody's
Critic, poet, and professor Bruce Hainley has written poignantly about Los Angeles art, and art around the world. His essays on William E. Jones, Tom Friedman and Trisha Donnelly probe visual culture with gaping honesty.
Hainley, who has been a contributing editor at ArtForum and an instructor in