A solar system on a rooftop.
The sound artist on musical prejudices, metal t-shirts, and shortwave radios.
The poet on writing about the prostrate subject, friendship IRL, and life wishes.
The poet on responding to atrocity through formalism and sneaking an epic into his upcoming collection.
Redesigning and repurposing sweaters.
The writer on her new collection of seventy-eight stories, lyrical compression, and protecting artistic inner silence.
Painter Lee Quiñones grew up on the Lower East Side and began his career tagging subway cars. His latest paintings are cut from his studio walls.
The writer on her new story collection, working sentence by sentence, and giving in to her influences.
Creating an incomplete archive.
The filmmaker discusses his resurgent work still/here and the examination of landscape and history through the lens of race.
Working with the immediate environment.
An art of the body and the environment.
A novel about childhood memories of a radical milieu and what it tells us about our times.
Sculptural animations made with lasers.
Somewhere between cinema and video games.
On traveling to Kamchatka as an American and how domestic violence advocacy inspired a novel about community and complicity.
The artist discusses her current retrospective.
After Communist-enforced isolation, Bulgarian artists developed a unique sense of identity that develops through each new generation.
Grounded in the rhythms and vernacular of Brazil’s periferias, the writer’s debut story collection, The Sun on My Head, centers on the lives of young men growing up in Rio’s favela communities.
Balance and harmonies through difference.