The filmmakers question the conventions of documentation with work that seeks transparency and authenticity outside of the fiction–nonfiction dichotomy.
Celebrating little-known stories of Black pride and resilience in London’s West Indian community.
The filmmaker on visibility, connection, and dialogue.
Decade of Fire is a remarkable tale of the Bronx’s rise from ash, standing to set the record straight about the fires that ravaged the borough in the late ’60s and ’70s.
Designing public rituals to commemorate the North Star’s eventual transition.
The dance artist and choreographer discusses her praxis of fellowship and pleasure.
On writing about cancer and healing under the looming specter of Berlin’s history.
The boy who is coming home with part of himself missing is the man’s nephew. The man, Silas, receives the news and hangs up the phone, numb. He wants a drink. He doesn’t want a drink. He wants time to move backward.
The social practice works of Bon and Tuazon take the form of functional interventions to address and educate about California’s water crisis.
A novel about queer rage, the 1990s club scene, and the intricacies of healing.
The novelist on her loss of faith, youth culture, cult leaders, and spending time with syllables.
Wry installations and revelatory sculptures blend art-making and activism in Chin’s unique practice of transformation.
Träd, Gräs och Stenar and the democratizing power of the riff.
Ward’s Jamaican roots and home in Harlem have been recurring themes in his numerous installations. He speaks with Jaffe about three key works.
North of Paris, west of Texas—Laster’s community-based social sculptures span cultures and continents.
For the past decade my sense of Bethany Ides’s work was based on hearsay, bits and scraps, or long distance perception.
Filmmaker Guiraudie on his upcoming feature Stranger by the Lake, a story of love pushed to extremes.
Chat Travieso on creating in New York City, his adaptation of the found object and the importance of an optimistic attitude to the future.