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Use What’s Available: Nate Lippens Interviewed by Kate Zambreno
My Dead Book1

On the AIDS crisis, the Midwest, and writing from a radiant zero.

Use What’s Available: Nate Lippens Interviewed by Kate Zambreno
My Dead Book1

On the AIDS crisis, the Midwest, and writing from a radiant zero.

A Note from Betsy Sussler and Odili Donald Odita
A quote graphic with white text on a red background that reads: "We are both garden and gardeners. We are tended to as we tend to others. —Ajay Kurian / From Ajay Kurian by Shiv Kotecha BOMB / Spring 2021"

Your tax-deductible gift to BOMB in 2021 will be matched dollar-for-dollar in celebration of our 40th!

Between a Body, a City, a Mountain: Sara Jimenez Interviewed by Re’al Christian
Heavy netting hanging from the ceiling in a dimly lit gallery holds a variety of objects.

Installations that investigate colonialist control.

Always Already Existing: Arthur Jafa’s Aghdra Reviewed by Simon Wu
Sun setting over dark lava rocks, digital film still by Arthur Jafa

A new film that feels both primordial and futuristic.

From the Archive: Nam Le by Charles D'Ambrosio
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Nam Le revisits his 2009 interview by Charles D’Ambrosio.

Design for a Difference: Andrew Castrucci Interviewed by Chris Molnar
A wooden table with an artist book on it next to a pair of white gloves and two artworks on the wall above it.

Two artist books that interact with grassroots activism.

A Study for a Popular Film: Radu Jude Interviewed by Joseph Pomp
A white, middle-aged blond woman wearing a surgical mask sits at a table with flower bouquets laying at both sides of her and holds her hands in front of her palms-up in a shrugging gesture.

“It’s my mid-life crisis. I couldn’t afford a Porsche, so I made this film.”

Portfolio by Jane Benson
An arcing horizontal piece of long paper with multi-colored vertical stripes.

Sculptural works that investigate nature, color, and sound.

Thank You for Joining Us for the Premiere of Analog/Dialog at the Ace Hotel Brooklyn
Photo of poet Douglas Kearney preforming at the Ace Hotel Brooklynby Aslan Chalom

What a night it was—poet Douglas Kearney and sound chemist Val Jeanty delivered an unforgettable performance to a packed room at the Ace Hotel Brooklyn.

Fate and Circumstance: Farah Ali Interviewed by Laura van den Berg
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Fourteen short stories about people who face difficult choices that reveal their deeper truths.

What Remains Between What Is and Isn’t Said: Peter Markus Interviewed by Zach Davidson
When Our Fathers Return To Us As Birds 4

A poetry collection that probes the complexities of grief.

Two Poems by Marcus Wicker
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Materializing the Immaterial: Aliza Shvarts Interviewed by Charlotte Kent
Four large vinyl banners featuring image and text hangin from the ceiling against a dark background.

Installation and sculpture that make power visible.

A Salve for Our General Malaise: Grant Faulkner Interviewed by Taylor Larsen
All The Comfort That Sin Can Provide3

A short story collection about reaching for love and fulfillment.

Miranda Mellis’s Demystifications by Clare Lilliston
Demystifications2

Ninety-nine poems that weave a polyvocal philosophy of the everyday.

Forms That Don’t Yet Exist: Kiyan Williams Interviewed by Louis Bury
Three mud humanoid figures stand in a room full of brown dirt.

Sculpture and performance that work with soil.

House Ceremony by Harris Lahti
House Ceremony
Investigative Aesthetics: Eyal Weizman Interviewed by Rhoda Feng
Footage of an industrial flare in Death Alley, filmed by RISE St. James, is superimposed over a monument of Robert E. Lee in New Orleans, Louisiana. (Forensic Architecture)  © FORENSIC ARCHITECTURE, 2021

The originator of Forensic Architecture discusses a methodology of “investigative aesthetics” for revealing human rights abuses as manifested in built environments.

Contact Points: K.R.M. Mooney Interviewed by Maddie Klett
A small vertical white sculpture attached to the wall with a small square of cuttlebone inside it.

Sculpture that attends to its materials and surroundings.

Experiences That Are Pushed to the Margins: Kyle Lucia Wu Interviewed by Jen Lue
Win Me Something5

Coming of age in the in-between.

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