Slovenia-based performing arts project Via Negativa explores the sin of pride in its experimental performance, Out.
Marina Zurkow makes art about the coexistence of the natural world and the human world. Katy Gray spoke with her about her 146 hour video piece, the oil industry, and the patterns found in the overlap between nature and culture.
Choreographer Muna Tseng’s latest work, STELLA, channels her late mother through relics and memories. She talks to Katy Gray about family history, the New York art world of the ’80s, and identity.
Katy Gray speaks with Young Jean Lee, writer, director, and now, performer, about her latest work We’re Gonna Die, playing through the 30th at Joe’s Pub.
Bookforum’s Feb/March issue is loaded with travelogues. So what better way to launch the issue than with a night of quick and punchy narratives? To lighten the load they brought in the likes of Stephen Elliot (The Adderall Diaries), Victor LaValle (Big Machine), Sam Lipsyte (The Ask), Tom McCarthy