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Terms of Exchange: Caroline Bergvall Interviewed by Greg Nissan
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The writer on using Chaucer’s Middle English to channel transgressive figures, rethink gender, and experience the pleasures of language.

Oral History Project: Willie Cole by Nancy Princenthal
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“To me it was about energy, persistence, optimism, will, desire, and manifestation. I believed that everything I wanted was already in the world and that it was my job to be aware enough to see opportunity when it’s headed my way.”

An Astral Monument: Andrei Ujică Interviewed by Courtney Stephens
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On directing a film about the Mir space station and viewing the fall of the Soviet Union from above.

Their Own Pantheon: Sean Bonney Interviewed by Jeffrey Grunthaner
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The late poet on his artistic influences, leftist politics, and reading to anarcho-punks.

Multiple Representations: Florine Démosthène Interviewed by Jareh Das
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Shapeshifting, cosmological nudes.

Dissimilarity in Unity: Richard Tuttle Interviewed by Osman Can Yerebakan
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The artist discusses his approach to drawing and color.

Theater as Convergence: Lucas Baisch Interviewed by Vanessa Thill
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On deep listening and language as liberation.

Two Poems by Sarah Sala
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A public cafeteria, the ghost of my heart gorges herself on spent ammunition // The Orlando medical examiner processed each of the 49 Pulse victims apart from the gunman. / Even amid gravitational collapse, surviving atoms couldn’t reanimate with him.

What’s Going On (or Some Violence To Get Some Good): Ben Jones Interviewed by Jessica Lanay
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Painting that works with politics and abstraction.

Fiction as Revelation: Chigozie Obioma Interviewed by Xavier Navarro Aquino
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The Man Booker finalist on telling a story from the perspective of a spirit and writing to expose historical truths.

Social Sculpture: Elias Sime Interviewed by Louis Bury
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Creating a space between humans and machines.

What Drifts Ashore: Ellie Ga Interviewed by Sophie Kovel
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The artist on her meandering research process and spoken narratives.

Broken On Purpose: Wolfgang Neumann Interviewed by Zach Davidson
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Sculpture made from shattered dishware.

To Be With Time: Varda by Agnès Reviewed by Amy Chabassier
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A final, reflexive work from the godmother of the French New Wave.

Studio Visit: Jessica Eaton by Alison Sinkewicz
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Photographic explorations of color.

The Misadventures of Nuns by Tobias Carroll
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On Sylvia Townsend Warner’s The Corner That Held Them, a witty and subversive novel about life in a fourteenth century convent.

Issue #150 Preview: Anthony Roth Costanzo by Justin Vivian Bond
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A look behind the scenes of Akhnaten, Philip Glass’s 1983 opera now playing at the Metropolitan Opera, in which the countertenor plays an ancient Egyptian pharaoh who defied gender conventions.

Not Your Well-Behaved Good Gay: Sara Quin Interviewed by Sarah Neilson
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The writer and musician on queer representation, empathy for our younger selves, and music for our feelings.

We Are More: Nora Maité Nieves Interviewed by Margaux Ogden
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Bringing painting into space as an object.

Multiply the Gaze: Karthika Naïr Interviewed by Bibi Deitz
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The poet on her reimagined version of Vyasa’s Mahabharata and the human cost of war.

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