At the heart of Leave to Remain is the two authors, who, like Janus, share two faces and a mind that begins as two but comes to function as one,.
How do we translate performance onto the page?
This spring, Vienna’s experimental label for “new punk computer music,” Editions Mego, releases an anxiety-inducing record by Australian-born, Berlin-based sound artist Jasmine Guffond.
Last spring, inspired by Édouard Glissant’s theory of mondialité, I created an experimental performance salon at The Kitchen, featuring sound stories with an attitude of globality and an improvised/ambient/chanting vibe.
In February 1970, the Black Panther Party (BPP) sought political support from the French dissident writer Jean Genet, after his play The Blacks, which had recently traveled to New York, suggested he might be an ally.
Acknowledging the past in order to construct a better future.
Two friends flee from a band of vengeful hunters in the 1820s Northwest and dream of striking it rich.
A world in which quiet beauty can still intercept brutality and corruption.
The imaginary as real.
The writer’s posthumously published novel, written ninety years ago, holds a mirror up to the past and present.
On Erik Davis’s High Weirdness: Drugs, Esoterica, and Visionary Experience in the Seventies
On preserving improvisational force and the fluid collaboration between two musicians.
Two artists render the historical legacies of racism.
The life of mutant-pop songwriter Peter Ivers was really something.
“I can take any empty space and call it a bare stage. A man walks across this empty space whilst someone else is watching him, and this is all that is needed for an act of theatre to be engaged.”
Portraits and hauntings are inseparable bedfellows in film history.
On the 1973 feminist publication that gathered collective and self-help resources into one big, beautiful book.
All loves—and all selves—are fictions. Though that doesn’t mean they aren’t true.
An interrogation of the ways in which the system of representation surrounding breast cancer can isolate, infantilize, and even erase the women it professes to help.