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Igniting the Relational: Youmna Chlala Interviewed by Mónica de la Torre​
She Holds The Wind In A Bag Youmna Chlala1

The language and objects of collective dreaming.

Igniting the Relational: Youmna Chlala Interviewed by Mónica de la Torre​
She Holds The Wind In A Bag Youmna Chlala1

The language and objects of collective dreaming.

Open to Possibility: Jesse Wine Interviewed by Cassie Packard
The Ecstasy Of Saint Tokig Jesse Wine1

The process of making, breaking, and remaking ceramic sculptures.

Contextualizing the Repertoire: Julia Bullock Interviewed by Arya Roshanian
Julia Bullock 11 © Allison Michael Orenstein

On addressing systemic issues and creating access in the classical music industry.

A Charged Stillness: Tema Stauffer Interviewed by Kathryn Savage
Red Clay Driveway Tema Stauffer1

Photographs that capture the restlessness of place.

Violence is the Texture of Experience: Benjamin Krusling Interviewed by Vijay Masharani
Glaring

The poet on his new collection, institutions of power, purity, and the possibility of total obliteration.

Ecological Entanglements: Tuomas A. Laitinen Interviewed by Owen Duffy
Haemocyanin Tuomas Laitinen1

Artwork that creates complex systems.

The Ross Brothers by RaMell Ross
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The filmmakers question the conventions of documentation with work that seeks transparency and authenticity outside of the fiction–nonfiction dichotomy.

Done Up Chaos: Susana Thénon Interviewed by Mirta Rosenberg & Diana Bellessi
Ova Completa

The Argentine writer’s final book of poems, Ova Completa, was recently released in English. This conversation between three poets took place thirty years ago, when the book first came out in Buenos Aires.

Adventures in Sadness: Lucie Britsch Interviewed by Rebecca van Laer
Sad Janet

A novel that scrutinizes the commodification of emotions with humor and subversion.

Hypnotic and Historical Power: Taibach Interviewed by Alex Lau
Taipeimoca

The anonymous industrial music duo on engaging the ideological minefield of US-Taiwan-China relations.

Soft Power. Hard Margins: Nyeema Morgan Interviewed by Norm Paris
The Stem The Flower The Root The Seed Nyeema Morgan1

Image-text works that analyze history and power.

Guadalupe Maravilla by Janine Antoni
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By embracing the rituals of healing, Maravilla’s sculptures have taken on new meaning—and dimensions—in response to the pandemic.

Myth and History: Cassi Namoda Interviewed by Will Fenstermaker
One Night In Beira Town Cassi Namoda2

Paintings as novellas.

Make It a Roast: Lindy West Interviewed by Greg Mania
Shit Actually

On consuming pop culture with political awareness, but still indulging the pleasures that bring joy.

Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore by Amy Gall
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With her latest book, The Freezer Door, Sycamore breaks down language and genre to confront intimacy, the politics of gay bars, and to find the communities we desire.

Operators of Art and War: Salar Abdoh Interviewed by Michael Archer
Out Of Mesopotamia3

On writing about the Middle East from the inside.

Narratives of Personhood: Harold Mendez Interviewed by Brandon Sward
Sin Nombre Harold Mendez1

Stretching the limits of photography and representation.

We Were Determined to Play: A Conversation by The Ferrante Project Editors
The Ferrante Project: The Freedom of Anonymity

A collective of sixteen women writers of color experimenting with freedom, anti-fame, and anonymity.

Freedom and Redemption: Nina Renata Aron Interviewed by Rebecca Schuh
Good Morning0 R

A memoir about breaking up with an idea of love.

Entwining Histories and Futures: Shahzia Sikander and Du Yun Interviewed by Allie Tepper
Parallax Shahzia Sikander1

The artist and composer discuss their collaborative process.

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