Andrea Steves
artist / curator / producer / organizer

About

Collaborations
  1. Museum of Capitalism
  2. Essential Services
  3. Artist Project Group
  4. deurendis
  5. FICTILIS
  6. with Ryts Monet

Publications / Writing / Talks
  1. Tracing The Line: The Promissory Politic of Climate Change (eflux)
  2. Museum of Capitalism Second Edition Publication (Inventory Press)
  3. Works Fall: On Ryts Monet and Ruins (EN / IT)
  4. Alienation in the Museum of Capitalism (FWD Museums Journal, but I will read it to you.)
  5. Art After the Future (with James McAnally)
  6. Looking for Justice Downwind of Trinity (podcast with Gem Romuld)
  7. What Is The Speculative? Sublevel Magazine
  8. Curating "Outside" of the Institution (Exhibitions on the Cusp)

Selected Press / Interviews
  1. A View From the Edge of the Earth (interview for The Chart)
  2. “In Pursuit of A Dream Museum” -- Museum of Capitalism and Paul Farber for Monument Lab
  3. Building A Museum of Capitalism (NYT)
  4. What Would A Museum of Capitalism Look Like? (New Yorker)
  5. 100 Works of Art that Defined the Decade (Artnet)
  6. This New Museum Imagines a World Where Capitalism Is Dead (Sarah Burke for Artsy)
  7. “In Pursuit of A Dream Museum” -- Museum of Capitalism and Paul Farber for Monument Lab
  8. A Time-Twisting Visit to the Museum of Capitalism

Older Collaborations
  1. RADIO GRAVEYARD ORBIT (w/Laressa Dickey)
  2. with Steffi Sembner
  3. Half-Life Collective
  4. Center for Hydrosocial Studies
  5. Double Vision in Maine / California














 
Mark
FICTILIS



FICTILIS is the collaborative practice of Andrea Steves and Timothy Furstnau. The word “FICTILIS” is Latin for “capable of being shaped or changed; earthen”. This definition refers both to the form of our practice and to the role we hope it plays within the larger culture.

FICTILIS began collaborating in a public project space in Seattle in 2010, in collaboration with Isabel Blue and Rani Ban. We have since made projects, exhibited, and curated internationally since then. An incomplete archive of our work lives at fictilis.com.
Mark