On making documentary art and the imperfect pursuit of empathy.
An artist updates the traditions of pastoral painting.
Mapping personal attachment styles onto art institutions.
Painting as storytelling.
On writing a memoir about the undocumented immigrant experience.
Artwork that complexifies the notion of authorship.
Photographs and videos of public and private performance.
The writer’s posthumously published novel, written ninety years ago, holds a mirror up to the past and present.
Creating an enmeshed exhibition.
The North American debut of Belgian choreographer’s work set to Johann Sebastian Bach’s cello suites.
From the book Tyll by Daniel Kehlmann, to be published on February 11.
Investigating the photographic portrait.
An artist makes ambitious work in the final years of life.
On writing a novel in screenplay format, the possibilities of humor, and the plurality of Asian American identity.
Groundbreaking digital photography.
The German filmmaker discusses her reductive approach.
The writer on romance under capitalism, Nietzsche, sex work, and freedom from the tyranny of the sentence.
Goddamn it to motherfucking hell, she says. I think that ought to cover it, he says. He asks her why she feels the need to swear so much, so deliberately, what depends on it, why it’s so important to her. Why, after so long, she hasn’t grown tired. Worn out in the mouth.
An artist explores the evolution of older technologies into the present.