I’m an Arts & Culture writer at the Chicago Reader
. I got my start as a staff writer with Adbusters
magazine in 2008 and spent the following two years stoking the fires of anarchy as Senior Editor. I've since toned down the rhetoric, turned on the TV, and reactivated my credit cards. I passed a couple mind-numbingly pleasant years in sunny San Diego, writing for San Diego Citybeat
and failing to find my inner California gurl. Now I'm back on my home turf where the weather, traffic, and politics provide me with the angst I need to write about lonely sex
and misogynist painters
Sarah Nardi writes about visual arts on Tuesday.