Sculpture as communal.
Jim Henson’s Netflix prequel is a masterpiece of puppetry filled with allusions to our contemporary moment.
Two new #MeToo anthologies on anger, sexual violence, and truth-telling.
The writer on her new novel, how Dominicans have shaped New York City’s culture, and creating artistic spaces that are truly liberating.
The twenty-one-year veteran of Paul Taylor Dance Company on creating access for young dancers.
Fleshy ideas of language.
A collaboratively drawn comic.
The novelist on her tripartite book about the dark side of acting school, gurus, and writing towards unforeseen endings.
Collecting and exhibiting artists’ postcards.
On his new collection of poetry, I Will Destroy You, the book that emerged from choosing not to write.
A box of poems, pamphlets, and postcards that gesture towards the porous boundaries between the real and virtual spaces of cultural formation.
Exploring liminal spaces.
On the poetics of mysticism, spirituality, and the maximalist approach to religious language.
The dream and reality of place.
Art as flotation device.
The artist finds inspiration, and space, in Detroit for his sculptural paintings.
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.