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Hive Mind: Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainytė, and Lina Lapelytė Interviewed by Ivan Talijancic
Three young women stand facing the camera on a staircase descending down to the right of the frame.

On the US debut of their theatrical installation Sun & Sea, an operatic beach scene exploring the relationship between people and our planet.

Hive Mind: Rugilė Barzdžiukaitė, Vaiva Grainytė, and Lina Lapelytė Interviewed by Ivan Talijancic
Three young women stand facing the camera on a staircase descending down to the right of the frame.

On the US debut of their theatrical installation Sun & Sea, an operatic beach scene exploring the relationship between people and our planet.

Embodying Interior Lives: Dawn Cerny Interviewed by Emily Zimmerman
A thin vertical sculpture consisting of silver and yellow bars titled, Screen from Leisure Activity Area at Eden Lake, by Dawn Cerny

Sculptures as actors, props, and sets.

Material Intelligence: Teresita Fernández Interviewed by Osman Can Yerebakan
A large, brown, abstract wall work made with glazed ceramic tiles titled, Caribbean Cosmos, by Teresita Fernández

Artworks that challenge colonial narratives.

Portfolio by Anri Sala
A large digital video projection of turntables in a flooded space filled with columns titled, Time No Longer, by Anri Sala

An installation memorializes history and music.

I Have Had Enough Conversations To Know That Flowers Sell: Jeffrey Augustine Songco Interviewed by Jessica Lanay
A photograph of a room featuring a piano a photograph of someone kissing a trophy a plaque and a chair titled, Jeffrey Augustine Songco: Society of 23’s Trophy Game Room

Objects and installations that redirect symbolic systems.

All Pleasures Fulfilled: Samantha Nye Interviewed by Cassie Packard
A colorful painting of a group of elderly women gathered around a poolside titled, Attractive People, Doing Attractive Things In Attractive Places—Double Your Pleasure—Double Your Pleasure, by Samantha Nye

Remaking the ’60s as a queer playground.

Reconciliation and Remediation: Shervone Neckles Interviewed by Danni Shen
A sculpture of the outline of a large illuminated lightbulb framed by wood titled, BEACON, by Shervone Neckles

Community-based installations that aim to build on different futures.

Sitting with Discomfort: Christina Quarles Interviewed by Jareh Das
A colorful swirl of female bodies in a mix of figuration and abstraction titled,  For a Flaw / For a Fall / For the End, Christina Quarles

Paintings and installations that unfix the body.

Collapsing Interior and Exterior: Cindy Ji Hye Kim Interviewed by Olivia Gauthier
A black and white painting of a skeleton and a brain titled, Capita: The Face and Its Name, by ​Cindy Ji Hye Kim

Paintings that depict the hidden body and mind.

Fault Lines: Abigail DeVille Interviewed by Jane Ursula Harris
An image of three large-scale sculptural installations featuring a dome, trash cans, and vertical tubing titled, Brand New Heavies

Sculpture that investigates contradictory symbolism.

Cricket Choreographies: Madeline Hollander Interviewed by Elizaveta Shneyderman
A video still of a grasshopper bathed in purple light titled, Flatwing, by Madeline Hollander

A video work attempts to document a silent dance.

Constructed Situations: Alexander Si Interviewed by Naomi Falk
A face wearing a surgical mask peers through a square aperture in a wall to see its face reflected on various screens titled, Rear Window, by Alexander Is

Installations that explore media technologies.

On the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
1  Little Africa In Ruins Web

A project organized by Kalup Linzy

Good Bad: Amelie von Wulffen Reviewed by Isabel Parkes
A painting of a green monster holding a cat and sitting on the floor with a man and a women behind taking off their clothes titled, Petting 1 + 2, by Amelie von Wulffen

Painting the delirium of everyday life.

Public and Private Bodies: Jonathan Lyndon Chase Interviewed by Scott Turri
A colorful painting of two men talking on their smartphone titled, Pull the up down, by Jonathan Lyndon Chase

Paintings and sculpture that express strength and vulnerability.

Embodied Practice: Christine Howard Sandoval Interviewed by Louis Bury
A painting made of mud that depicts a building facade with arches titled, Arch--A Passage Formed By a Curve, by Christine Howard Sandoval

Art that addresses colonial legacies.

Making and Destroying Myths: Precious Okoyomon Interviewed by Jareh Das
A stack of large rocks surrounded by rings of dirt and smaller rocks titled, FRAGMENTED BODY PERCEPTIONS AS HIGHER VIBRATION FREQUENCIES TO GOD, by Precious Okoyomon

Texts, installations, and performances that address the global operations of race.

How Things Grow: Meg Lipke Interviewed by Catherine Haggarty
A painting in the form of gridded strips of canvas painted various colors titled, Slanting Grid, by Meg Like

Painting as a body; canvas as a skin.

Entanglements Across Time and Space: Rachelle Dang Interviewed by Louis Bury
Two large wooden rectangular boxes outdoors one of which holds small trees and foliage titled, Seed Box: Trees of New York, by Rachelle Dang

Installations that reframe colonial perspectives.

Material Stamina: Bat-Ami Rivlin Interviewed by Roni Aviv
A deflated yellow kayak bound with zip ties titled, Untitled, by Bat-Ami Rivlin

Opening objects to their material agency.

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