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Inclusive Practices: Kate McBride Interviewed by Anni Irish
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Rethinking institutions through social change.

Inclusive Practices: Kate McBride Interviewed by Anni Irish
Kate Mc Bride1 Mfa Boston

Rethinking institutions through social change.

Issue #152: Nicolas Party by Jonathan Lee
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Party creates vivid pastels and transformational installations that lure viewers deep into the backstories of his subjects.

A Surface of Circulation: Lewis Klahr Interviewed by Courtney Stephens
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The artist-filmmaker on his prescient collage film, featuring the jetsam and flotsam of global supply chains and a prophecy of the coming pandemic.

Of Grief and Anger: David Wojnarowicz’s In the Shadow of Forward Motion Reviewed by Conor Williams
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A rare David Wojnarowicz zine is republished.

Issue #152: Note From the Editor
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Preorder your issue today.

Contradictions and Tensions: Shiva Ahmadi Interviewed by Naomi Falk
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An artist working to unveil ugly truths.

Symptom of Society: Luba Drozd’s PPE Fabrication Initiative by Jasmine Dreame Wagner
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3D-printing face shields to combat the shortage of PPE for hospital workers.

Women Have Their Own Legends: Amy Jo Burns Interviewed by Taylor Larsen
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On writing female friendship, learning about moonshine, and composing a novel one image at a time.

The Lost Art of Raw Recording by Ian Brennan
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Re-embracing the full sonic spectrum in the era of binary digital sound.

under the sun by abrownrecluse

And in that dream I felt a warm bright light.

Textes by Shuzo Takiguchi

A snow lark hovers over the isolated Isle of the Dead A shadow on the beach is an echo of Venus who bestows upon me some ripened red fruit In this isolated moment waves produce a dream that seduces me

Pierre by Lee Relvas
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First I was Ren’s guest, a role that indicated only the short length of our acquaintance, rather than what it would become later: the strategic adherence to a balance of formality and intimacy designed to showcase only my most appealing qualities.

Telegram by Verónica Gerber Bicecci

Alphabets are limited; it’s the arrangement of letters that produces meaning.

Abridged Abyss by Justin Taylor

David Berman committed suicide, and I’m like a blackbird that has flown into a bay window and awoken in a flower box, dizzy in gardenia shade, trying to get un-stunned and back on the wing before the neighborhood cats come round.

Tania Cypriano by Amy Jenkins
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Cypriano’s documentary Born to Be follows the profound journeys of several patients and doctors at the Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery.

Amani Al-Thuwaini and Andrea Hasler
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Two artists recast the iconography of consumerism—one into tradition-bending Kuwaiti dowry chests and the other into sculptures evoking raw flesh.

Issue #151: Chitra Ganesh by Tausif Noor
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In her paintings, videos, and installations, Ganesh plays with the distinction between art object and artifact, myth and history, to posit alternative, emancipatory futures.

Bitter Is the Truth: Tarek Lakhrissi Interviewed by Laura Brown
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Film, performance, and sculpture that imagine exorcism as liberation.

Your Belief Gives It Power: Genevieve Hudson Interviewed by Leah Dieterich
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On growing up in Alabama, boys as muses, finding queer community, snake handling, and more.

The Ever-Present Feeling of Being Watched: Tracy O’Neill Interviewed by Nicole Treska
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On writing a systems novel that accommodates a diverse cast of characters and the concerns of our hyper-digital times.

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