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One Piece: from Stamped by John Lucas & Claudia Rankine
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The artists talk about the desire for blonde.

One Poem by Shinkichi Takahashi
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With severed gills and heads, the sea bream—lives spent / in a lacquered wooden bowl, waiting / on the sullied hands of men—in example / of The Resurrection of Christ, wake from death.

A Revolutionary Act: Samantha Zighelboim by Zachary Pace
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The poet on confronting societal limitations about the body, navigating the language of fatness, and celebrating friendships that embrace the joy of food.

Generative Misunderstanding: Alison O’Daniel Interviewed by Anne Ellegood
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Working with sound, but not always the ear.

Trust Poetry: Ada Limón Interviewed by Lauren LeBlanc
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The poet on the power of naming, the freedom of writing, and when to carry and let go of grief.

Cinema as Sacred Space: Josephine Decker Interviewed by Alex Zafiris
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The director on ritual, the pain of creation, and her new film, Madeline’s Madeline.

Simultaneities: Beatriz Cortez Interviewed by Rafa Esparza
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Sculpture inside and outside the institution.

How I Pump 1000 mL of Milk a Day by Eliza Robertson
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He used a specific verb, which I forgot to write down: screw With the bottles screwed into your breasts… It all started with screwing, what does he make of that.

Labor and Delivery: Carmen Winant Interviewed by Jen Schwarting
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Repurposing photographs of childbirth.

The Feminine and the Bloodthirsty: Chase Berggrun Interviewed by Ruby Brunton
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The poet on erasing Dracula’s misogyny, the politics of literary appropriation, and the beauty of long poems.  

Three Poems by Rodney Terich Leonard
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Unseasonably exposed to fuchsia, / I left that Southern town / knotted  to why-what / secrecy. # Like my / first time on a Ferris wheel.

Otobong Nkanga’s To Dig a Hole That Collapses Again by Jason Foumberg
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Through layered symbolism—such as sticks and roots threading and pricking interconnecting bodies and mounds of earth—the Kano, Nigeria–born, Paris-trained, Antwerp-residing artist Otobong Nkanga works through the trauma of decolonization by probing links between Europe’s economic growth and the exploitation of African lands.

Lens Shift: Laura van den Berg Interviewed by Mike Scalise
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The author of The Third Hotel on existential noir, travel psychology, and what horror film theory can reveal about the human condition.

Liking Difficulty: Nancy Shaver Interviewed by Ann Lauterbach
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Found objects and fabrics.

Announcing the Winner of Our Biennial Poetry Contest
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We are very please to announce the winning poet, selected by Dawn Lundy Martin

Young, Adrift, Bereft: On Jessie Greengrass’s Sight by Angela Woodward
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Scientists, motherhood, and other probings of the female body.

The Art of Travel: Alexis Rockman Interviewed by Dorothy Spears
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Artist and writer discuss their globe-spanning travels.

Migrant World: On Ai Weiwei’s Human Flow by T. J. Demos
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Examining the politics of representation. 

The Sonic Equivalent of a Cloud: Marisa Anderson Interviewed by Michael Blair
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The experimental guitarist talks patterns, resonance, and her latest album. 

Summer Issue Feature: Amy Jenkins by David Shapiro
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The artist reflects on the personal and creative challenges that led to her first feature-length documentary, Instructions on Parting, which recently premiered at MoMA.

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