On writing about performance and relationship paradigms.
Delving into public arts funding, resentment of “cultural elites,” and campaign finance, artist and curator discuss 2016 in Museums, Money, and Politics—Fraser’s examination of the intersection of cultural and political patronage.
The two filmmakers probe the ethics and surprise of documentary.
Self-discovery through a performative critique of fascism and bigotry.
The writer on surviving assault, deepening our standards for justice, and resisting forgiveness as the only way to move through pain.
The two musicians converse about their working-class upbringing, the elitism of the avant-garde, and the politics of goofiness.
A two-sided novel and a psychological road narrative, both books explore contemporary culture by channeling iconic literary traditions.
Dialectics of mass and void.
The author on teenage malaise, mental health in South Korea, and globalization as Americanization.
A public sculpture tries to grasp the wind.
The poetics of the microdose.
Sculpture and installation that make memory present.
Creating family and language through dance.
Recognizing a forgotten Argentinian writer.
An art exhibition responds to a psychoanalytic text.
The writer on working across genres, exploring the nuances of transnational identities, and resisting the expectations of a single, Chinese American narrative.
The choreographer explodes memory and explores the multiple.