June Tang

CONSCIOUS DEVIATIONS (IN SEARCH OF TACT)

By June Tang — 28 March, 2021

[W]hat distance must I maintain between myself and others if we are to construct a community without collision, a sociability without alienation, based on a form of individual freedom that may imply solitude but not isolation?   THE ENVELOPE No longer shooting underground, nor carried by slaves, messengers or birds, an envelope travels nonetheless.  And…

SIGNIFICANT OTHERS

By June Tang — 27 September, 2019

June Tang is Running Dog’s poet in residence for August and September. Each month, a poet produces new work, which is distributed via Running Dog’s monthly newsletter—Stray. If you haven’t already, sign up to our newsletter.   When corners in the sculpture pose problems we find a new way of making that is round, and all one…