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To Decode Current Suffering: Claire Cronin Interviewed by Jasmine Dreame Wagner
Blue Light Of The Screen by Claire Cronin

An account of a life-long haunting that is part memoir, part ghost story, and part critical theory.

To Decode Current Suffering: Claire Cronin Interviewed by Jasmine Dreame Wagner
Blue Light Of The Screen by Claire Cronin

An account of a life-long haunting that is part memoir, part ghost story, and part critical theory.

Holding Power Accountable: Shuddhabrata Sengupta Interviewed by Rehan Ansari
Undoing Walls Raqs Media Collective1

A Raqs Media Collective member discusses politics, art, and not making art.

At the World’s Edge: Alessandra Novaga Interviewed by Alan Licht
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An album inspired by filmmaker Derek Jarman’s Prospect Cottage.

Dreams Are Instruments of Liberation: José Eduardo Agualusa Interviewed by Bibi Deitz
Society Of Reluctant Dreamers by José Eduardo Agualusa

On interviewing revolutionaries, writing from photographs, and collaborating with translators.

Collective Experiences: A Conversation by David Adjmi & Alex Halberstadt
Halberstadt Adjimi

Two memoirs about immigrant roots—from the Soviet Union to Syria—and growing up queer on the cultural margins of New York City.

Transformation as a Common Theme: Billie Zangewa Interviewed by Rebecca Rose Cuomo
Heart Of The Home Billie Zangewa1

Weaving the personal and political in silk.

Billy-Ray Belcourt by Layli Long Soldier
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As an Indigenous poet, Belcourt is creating space for himself and his community in “a world we did not want, a world that we did not build for ourselves.”

Changing the Narrative: Catherine Gund Interviewed by Michaela Angela Davis
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On her new film, Aggie, the reimagining of art, and the urgency of justice.

Power Dynamics: Celia Hempton Interviewed by Will Fenstermaker
Installation View Celia Hempton1

Painting psychological modes of looking.

Unreliable Narrators: A Conversation by Amy Berkowitz & Amy Long
Amy Berkowitz & Amy Long

Books that expand the chronic pain canon.

Do I Know You? Zach Bruder Interviewed by Sara Roffino
Coffer Zach Bruder1

Paintings rich in reference and interpretation.

The Unconditional Hospitality of Composition: Chris Campanioni Interviewed by Wayne Koestenbaum
And and B and Also Nothing by Chris Campanioni

A conversation that could be a poem, a diary entry, or a game of tennis about how writing reinvents itself.

Back to the Cave: Tracy Thomason Interviewed by Emily Kiacz
White Rabbit Tracy Thomason1

Paintings that embody a love of materials.

The Bodily History We Inherit: K-Ming Chang Interviewed by Jen Lue
Bestiary by K-Ming Chang

A novel that possesses the spirit of an oral history and the imaginative possibility of a human tiger tail.

Rufus Wainwright by Rakesh Satyal
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Wainwright talks about his tenth studio album, the “anemic” state of pop lyrics, and why Leonard Cohen—not Bob Dylan—should have won the Nobel Prize.

Challenging Borders: Lara Atallah Interviewed by Sheryl Oppenheim
Edge Of Elysium Lara Atallah1

Traumatizing the photographic image.

A Gospel in Stillness: Sarah Davachi Interviewed by Stephanie Berzon
portrait of Sarah Davachi

Accessing the interiority of sounds.

Older People Do Reinvent Themselves: Jenny Bhatt Interviewed by Anjali Enjeti
Each Of Us Killers by Jenny Bhatt

How life transitions inspire literature and what it means to build South Asian writing community.

A Subject of Speculation: Stephanie LaCava Interviewed by Katie Ebbitt
The Superrationals by Stephanie LaCava

On process, inspiration, and the psychoanalytic underpinnings of The Superrationals.

A Connecting Force or Form: Rami George Interviewed by Laura Brown
Untitled With My Father Rami George1

Reconstructing a family history in video and collage.

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