In anticipation of Van der Vliet Oloomi’s new novel, Savage Tongues, the authors consider language, hybridity, and Marguerite Duras.
On techno-spirituality, impending doom, and making failed pop songs.
A digital film speculates colonies in the desert.
A satirical novel about a craven millennial politician and a taxidermist in search of souls.
Suzan-Lori Parks revisits her 1993-94 interview by Han Ong. She assures us that “all these years later I’m still growing as an artist, as a person. XOXO”
An epistolary novel about music, trans identity, and counterculture.
Community-based installations that aim to build on different futures.
A collection that joins several notable English-language translations of the Tang Dynasty poet, Hanshan.
Paintings and installations that unfix the body.
A novel that chronicles climate change by interweaving an eighteenth-century apple-planting saga with visions of our global future.
Photographs that aim to reflect the divine nature of Blackness.
The director of the Oscar-nominated documentary, Jesus Camp, releases her first narrative film.
Paintings that depict the hidden body and mind.
A hybrid memoir on the search for the personal and cultural history of adoption.
The two artists discuss their conceptual image-making, the paradox of brands, false narratives, and the “dynamic of consent.”
From Hong Kong to Canada, a multigenerational novel about a family’s sense of home.
Painting feminist knitting patterns.
A conversation about creative process, told through art objects.