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Holding the Gaze: Ebony G. Patterson Interviewed by Lori DeGolyer
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Using the visual seduction of installation and video to address systemic violence.

Holding the Gaze: Ebony G. Patterson Interviewed by Lori DeGolyer
Ebony Patterson Nasher1

Using the visual seduction of installation and video to address systemic violence.

Pessimism is More Inclusive: Porochista Khakpour Interviewed by Myriam Gurba
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The writer on her new book Brown Album, personal essays, camp as armor, the hyperreal, and designing her own Barbie.

Inclusive Practices: Kate McBride Interviewed by Anni Irish
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Rethinking institutions through social change.

Issue #152: Nicolas Party by Jonathan Lee
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Party creates vivid pastels and transformational installations that lure viewers deep into the backstories of his subjects.

A Surface of Circulation: Lewis Klahr Interviewed by Courtney Stephens
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The artist-filmmaker on his prescient collage film, featuring the jetsam and flotsam of global supply chains and a prophecy of the coming pandemic.

Of Grief and Anger: David Wojnarowicz’s In the Shadow of Forward Motion Reviewed by Conor Williams
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A rare David Wojnarowicz zine is republished.

Contradictions and Tensions: Shiva Ahmadi Interviewed by Naomi Falk
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An artist working to unveil ugly truths.

Women Have Their Own Legends: Amy Jo Burns Interviewed by Taylor Larsen
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On writing female friendship, learning about moonshine, and composing a novel one image at a time.

Tania Cypriano by Amy Jenkins
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Cypriano’s documentary Born to Be follows the profound journeys of several patients and doctors at the Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery.

Amani Al-Thuwaini and Andrea Hasler
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Two artists recast the iconography of consumerism—one into tradition-bending Kuwaiti dowry chests and the other into sculptures evoking raw flesh.

Issue #151: Chitra Ganesh by Tausif Noor
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In her paintings, videos, and installations, Ganesh plays with the distinction between art object and artifact, myth and history, to posit alternative, emancipatory futures.

Bitter Is the Truth: Tarek Lakhrissi Interviewed by Laura Brown
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Film, performance, and sculpture that imagine exorcism as liberation.

Your Belief Gives It Power: Genevieve Hudson Interviewed by Leah Dieterich
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On growing up in Alabama, boys as muses, finding queer community, snake handling, and more.

The Ever-Present Feeling of Being Watched: Tracy O’Neill Interviewed by Nicole Treska
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On writing a systems novel that accommodates a diverse cast of characters and the concerns of our hyper-digital times.

Exploration and Excavation: An Interview with Vivek Shraya by Sarah Neilson
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On navigating the success and failure dichotomy, the tropes of women friendship narratives, and working across mediums.

Mysterious Unfixable Elements: Olivia Laing Interviewed by Alex Zafiris
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On writing to include others, artists who generate hope, and how constriction can be inventive.

Get Out of That Pain: Tori Amos Interviewed by Joe Vallese
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The musician on her new memoir, how the muses showed up to help her write about grief, and the power of creativity during pandemic times.

The Risk of Stating the Obvious: Ella Kruglyanskaya Interviewed by Lauren Moya Ford
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Painting from the present and from history.

Constellate and Create: A Conversation by Peter Kispert, Nicolette Polek & Mary South
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The writers on their debut short story collections, artifice as truth, and how music can teach you to write a sentence.

Netta Yerushalmy by Jack Halberstam
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Paramodernities juxtaposes scholarly texts with movement, deconstructing iconic dances by Ailey, Balanchine, Cunningham, Fosse, Graham, and Nijinsky.

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