The Puerto Rican punk-DIY performance collective on challenging institutional norms for making theater.
The writer on her memoir about complications with the church, navigating romantic longing, and doing things on her terms.
A foundational sound artist presents a career-spanning overview.
A new look at the Black Mountain poets.
The writer on her new novel, why style is political, and the kinds of subjectivity we experience.
Sculpture that connects architecture and the body.
Installations that highlight cubicles and institutions.
Two artists manifest, claim, and demand space in a society that operates around violence against black women’s bodies while pretending that they don’t exist.
Photographing radiation at Chernobyl.
The poet’s new collection of essays, Minor Feelings, threads intense friendships, “bad” English, and standup comedy into a meditation on the Asian-American experience.
A video work documents wolves and the Wolf Clan.
On resisting the limitations of genre and shifting toward a more spatial approach to composition.
The writers on indigenous ancestry, playing with language, and maintaining public personas.
Art that investigates sustainable and unsustainable materials.
The writer on using Chaucer’s Middle English to channel transgressive figures, rethink gender, and experience the pleasures of language.
“To me it was about energy, persistence, optimism, will, desire, and manifestation. I believed that everything I wanted was already in the world and that it was my job to be aware enough to see opportunity when it’s headed my way.”
On directing a film about the Mir space station and viewing the fall of the Soviet Union from above.
The late poet on his artistic influences, leftist politics, and reading to anarcho-punks.
Shapeshifting, cosmological nudes.
The artist discusses his approach to drawing and color.