Video and sculpture that combine the digital and organic.
Bruce Boone Dismembered selects from four decades of unflinching, intimate prose and poetry on gay life by the cofounder of San Francisco’s New Narrative movement.
On writing about the tech industry, interracial relationships, and Asian American historical figures.
A short story from the collection The Dominant Animal.
Ten poets offer recommendations on where to start and the poems that inspire them most.
The lossy poetics of Magenheimer’s video script-cum-publication embraces the split self of the information age.
Looking at contemporary photography within a larger historical legacy.
In Mark McKnight’s photographs, the material of the terrestrial world merges with a celestial aspect. Dark bodies, asphalt, oily birds, decomposing stone, and dimpled flesh all radiate from a field of tarry shadow.
A unique approach to environmental art.
On documentary poetics and the interconnectedness of crises.
Considering contemporary ceramics.
The writer on finding the form for his latest book and the appeal of the wandering psyche.
Using film and embroidery to tell new stories.
On the individuality of grief, demystifying the creative process, and the right time to tell a story.
I am a woman who wakes up hungry. Tom touched only coffee till noon. You do what you’re capable of at some point, so Tom and I left each other.
“Choose a place where you won’t do harm - yes, choose a place where you won’t do very much harm, and stand in it for all you are worth, facing the sunshine.”
― E.M. Forster, A Room with a View
BOMB’s ongoing list of online tools, workshops, and livestreams to keep you company and engaged in the time of COVID-19.
The dance artist and choreographer discusses her praxis of fellowship and pleasure.
Merging image and object.