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Redefining Architecture: Nancy Nowacek Interviewed by Louis Bury
Sometimes The Clouds Nancy Nowacek1

A multidisciplinary artist talks about collaborative work.

Redefining Architecture: Nancy Nowacek Interviewed by Louis Bury
Sometimes The Clouds Nancy Nowacek1

A multidisciplinary artist talks about collaborative work.

ASL IRL: Christine Sun Kim and Thomas Mader Interviewed by Isabel Parkes
Classified Digits Christine Sun Kim1

On speaking visually.

Protection and Resistance: Stephanie J. Woods Interviewed by Hallie McNeill
When The Hunted Become The Hunters Stephanie Woods1

A multidisciplinary artist addresses personal and collective experience.

Oral History Project: Odili Donald Odita by Ugochukwu-Smooth C. Nzewi
Bennington 1989

For BOMB’s Oral History Project, Odili Donald Odita, known for his geometric paintings, recalls growing up as a refugee from the Nigerian Civil War and the influence of his father, a historian of African art.

BOMB #154 Preview: Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore by Amy Gall
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In this excerpt from her interview in BOMB’s winter 2021 issue, Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore discusses activism, gay bars, and her forthcoming book, The Freezer Door.

Loneliness, Longing, and Inherited Grief: Jean Kyoung Frazier Interviewed by Kayla Maiuri
Pizza Girl

A slacker novel that fights against the philosophy of brokenness, one Hot Cheetos bag at a time.

Perfect Strangers: Simon Han Interviewed by Carissa Chesanek
Nights When Nothing Happened8

A novel that explores how a family can hide inside itself.

A New Empathetic Lens: Virginia Lee Montgomery by Martha Tuttle
Marble Egg Virginia Lee Montgomery1

A hybrid art aims to reveal interconnection.

Martine Syms by Steffani Jemison
Icarichmond 2  Michael Simon Photography

Syms’s research-driven and multi-platform works make use of surveillance and image-capture technologies to present Black female experience in both virtual and physical space.

Love as a Redeeming Force: Ricardo Alberto Maldonado Interviewed by Sarah M. Sala
The Life Assignment by Ricardo Alberto Maldonado

A poetry collection by a poet in constant transit between languages.

Probing the Finished Work: Alex Strada Interviewed by Simon Wu
Times Square05

The artist embraces revision, contradiction, and fallibility in a culture that prizes singular genius.

A Queer Origin Point: Roy Guzmán Interviewed by Aegor Ray
Catrachos Cover

A poetry collection about how to handle unfinished business.

Reflecting Uncertainty: Will Ryman Interviewed by Osman Can Yerebakan
Dinner Iii Will Ryman1

Rendering an absurdist dinner party in stainless steel sculpture.

Uniting Sounds: John Vanderslice Interviewed by Jordan Rothacker
Diamond Dogs by Glenn Handler

A musician’s take on Glenn Hendler’s Diamond Dogs, fascism, and how art can make us more empathetic.

Reaching Toward One Another: Bryan Washington Interviewed by Greg Mania
Memorial Mock Up

On writing queer characters that identify themselves, and their relationships, on their own terms.

From Natural to Synthetic: Giulia Cenci Interviewed by Caroline Elbaor
Field Giulia Cenci1

Installation and sculpture that investigate the Anthropocene.

Form and Politics: Theodore A. Harris Interviewed by Kristin Prevallet
Our Flesh Of Flames Theodore A Harris1

Creating a poetic history book with collage.

The Time and Space of Isolation: Diana Thater Interviewed by Joey Orr
Yes There Will Be Singing Diana Thater1

A virtual encounter with whale song.

The Gentrification of Memory: Legacy Russell Interviewed by McKenzie Wark
Glitch Feminism 2

A feminist manifesto that centers artists as the engineers of a queer and Black imagined future.

Places of Dis-Ease: Chris Martin Interviewed by Hannah Emerson
Things To Do In Hell by Chris Martin

Two poets in conversation about the underworld, kissing life, and neurodivergence.

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