Park McArthur + Constantina Zavitsanos

Park McArthur works in sculpture around questions of dependency and teaches at Rutgers University. Constantina Zavitsanos’s speculative study elaborates what is invaluable in the re/production of debt, dependency, and means beyond measure. Together they desire crip sociality; at times their work uses access as a ground material, frequently in ways that do not solely depend on clarity or correction and often that privilege the affective registers of in/capacity. McArthur and Zavitsanos’s collaborative writing has been included in Women and Performance: A journal of feminist theory, 2013, Taraneh Fazeli’s Notes for Sick Time, 2016, and Trap Door: Trans Cultural Production and the Politics of Visibility, 2017. With others they co-organized “I Wanna Be With You Everywhere,” a cross disability art and community series hosted by Performance Space New York and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Their scores take various forms and have been exhibited at The Schinkel Pavillon in Berlin, at Gebert Stiftung für Kultur in Rapperswil-Jona, Switzerland and at The Brooklyn Museum in New York.