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What Is Left Unsaid: Nicky Mao Interviewed by Stephanie Berzon
A young woman with long, dark hair sits in profile against a black backdrop.

The sound artist, working under the moniker Hiro Kone, discusses her recent album in the context of migration, emerging techno-fascism, and the pandemic.

What Is Left Unsaid: Nicky Mao Interviewed by Stephanie Berzon
A young woman with long, dark hair sits in profile against a black backdrop.

The sound artist, working under the moniker Hiro Kone, discusses her recent album in the context of migration, emerging techno-fascism, and the pandemic.

Make a List of Everything You Have Lost: Claire Vaye Watkins Interviewed by Madelaine Lucas
I Love You But Ive Chosen Darkness6

A transgressive novel that careens through the desert landscapes of a childhood fraught with addiction, climate collapse, ties to the Manson family, and more.

Candice Lin by Catherine Damman
A tent made of indigo-dyed fabric panels, flanked on each side by gargoyle-like statues.

Guided by the colonial histories of indigo and opium, Candice Lin’s new installation, Seeping, Rotting, Resting, Weeping, includes a feline temple, a spam-laden qigong video, and interactive sculptures the artist calls “tactile theaters.”

Protected from Ourselves: Daniel Barban Levin Interviewed by Frances Badalamenti
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A memoir about disentangling from a cult.

Diane Williams by Christine Schutt
Diane Williams

On the occasion of her latest collection, How High?—That High, the iconic short-story writer and founding editor of NOON talks about visiting the graves of her literary heroes and writing as a process of excavation.

Nothing Is Missed: Leonardo Drew Interviewed by Kennedy Yanko
A large wall installation consisting of larger and smaller pieces of wood, paint, and black garnet stones on paper.

Working through materials as an external and internal journey.

Inclusive Family: Elliott Hundley Interviewed by Osman Can Yerebakan
A large predominantly red collage consisting of oil stick, encaustic, paper, plastic, pins, photographs, fabric, foam and linen on panel.

Collages as characters.

An Artificial Reality: Amalia Ulman Interviewed by Amy Chabassier
A young white woman with shoulder-length, brown hair and wearing a gray plaid blazer crosses her arms and looks directly into the camera in a waist-up portrait against a clouded gray photography studio backdrop.

In her debut film, El Planeta, Ulman considers the tension between reality and artifice while referencing older cinematic styles.

Kevin Morby by Jess Shoman
Kevin Morby standing in a field with his hands in his pockets. He has long hair and wears a short sleeve shirt and a medallion around his neck.
Blood on the Bandage: Amitava Kumar Interviewed by Ryan Chapman
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A circa-now novel that interrogates where our pandemic news comes from, mob violence in India, and how journalism has failed us.

How to Resist the Algorithm: Dave Eggers Interviewed by Danny Caine
The cover of Dave Eggers' latest novel, The Every, comes in different colors but this one is green and has a knot in the center with what looks like a camera looking through.

A hilarious and terrifying novel of ideas that asks: what’s the true cost of convenience?

Things Fall Apart: Gabriela Salazar Interviewed by Louis Bury
A cast of a window hung on the wall of a domestic interior titled, Low Relief for High Water, by Gabriela Salazar

Sculptures that investigate architectural forms.

Positions of Precarity: Katie Kitamura Interviewed by Greg Mania
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Fluid Interpretations: Lisa Corinne Davis Interviewed by Leslie Wayne
A colorful abstraction featuring geometric and organic shapes titled, Deductive Data, by Lisa Corinne Davis.

Abstract painting as a way of rendering the complexities of individual experience.

Mediated Desire: Daniel Chew and Micaela Durand Interviewed by Simon Wu
Street view of a young man walking through a Chinatown storefront with neon Chinese letters in the window. The man holds a grey, button-down shirt over his head to protect himself from the rain.

Three films that explore the effect of the internet on intimacy and connection.

An Act of Defining: Jen Winston Interviewed by Leah Dieterich
Pale white book cover with yellow, green, purple, and orange sans serif letters that say, "Greedy," on a pale orange background.

A collection of essays offering an intimate look at gender and sexuality.

Critique and Care: Sheida Soleimani Interviewed by Cassie Packard
a collage featuring lobsters a white pot and whiffle balls and a bat titled, ​Bayou Choctaw Sweet, Sheida Soleimani

Photomontages that expose power and brutality.

An Atmosphere of Threat: Betty Tompkins Interviewed by Bean Gilsdorf
pink words are written over the female figure in a reproduced Vermeer painting titled, Women Words (Vermeer #4), by Betty Tompkins

Art that confronts abuse toward women.

We Should be Contrarians: Alice McDermott Interviewed by Kristopher Jansma
What About The Baby 3

A collection of thoughts on the art of fiction.

Valuing the Discarded: Michael Mahalchick Interviewed by Elisabeth Kley
a collection of comical and grotesque masks affixed to the wall titled, Masks, by ​Michael Mahalchicki

Sculptures made with latex and found objects.

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