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Protection and Resistance: Stephanie J. Woods Interviewed by Hallie McNeill
A person wearing camouflage with an America flag wrapped around their head titled, When the Hunted Become the Hunters, by Stephanie J. Woods

A multidisciplinary artist addresses personal and collective experience.

Protection and Resistance: Stephanie J. Woods Interviewed by Hallie McNeill
A person wearing camouflage with an America flag wrapped around their head titled, When the Hunted Become the Hunters, by Stephanie J. Woods

A multidisciplinary artist addresses personal and collective experience.

Studio Visit: Woomin Kim by Louis Bury
A tube wrapped in multicolor thread resting on a drop cloth on a wood floor titled, Woomin Kim studio

The difference between studio materials and life materials.

The Time and Space of Isolation: Diana Thater Interviewed by Joey Orr
A room with pillars featuring three cameras on tripods and multicolored lighting effects titled, Yes there will be singing, by Diana Thater

A virtual encounter with whale song.

Unattainable Models and Personal Utopias: Zuzanna Czebatul Interviewed by Isabel Parkes
Interior view of a white, gray, and beige swirling tile work floor titled, ​Vortex (New Day Coming), by Zuzanna Czebatul

Shaping space and architecture.

Carolyn Lazard by Catherine Damman
Six brown smiley faces evenly spaced along a free-standing white wall.

Lazard’s spare, conceptual works examine the political dimensions of illness and disability and the pleasures of being with and caring for one another.

The Space of Music: Carl Craig Interviewed by Joe Bucciero
A large room with many stone columns and a vertical glow of red light in the distance titled, Carl Craig: Party/After-Party

Bringing techno into the museum.

New Readings, New Meanings: Frida Orupabo Interviewed by Jareh Das
A collage image of a woman of African descent wearing white an peering over her left shoulder titled, Untitled, by Frida Orupabo

Working with collage to undo the gendered and racist gaze.

Collapse and Equilibrium: Michelle Lopez Interviewed by Olivia Gauthier
Large sculpture featuring ladders, scaffolding, stones, wire, wood, and fencing titled, Ballast and Barricades, by Michelle Lopez

Translating protest into sculpture.

Strangeness and Beauty: Dear Climate (Una Chaudhuri, Oliver Kellhammer, and Marina Zurkow) Interviewed by Louis Bury
Dear Climate installation featuring Wooden post with three signs reading How Forests Think Where Branches Point and What Roots Report at Appalachian State University by Una Chaudhuri Oliver Kellhammer and Marina Zurkow

A unique approach to environmental art.

Christine Miller and Brittany Vega: American Hex Reviewed by Amelia Rina
Crumpled nylon flag with digital print of a hand and roses titled Horrible Moral Squint II by Brittany Vega

Acknowledging the past in order to construct a better future.

Investigating Site: Corin Hewitt Interviewed by Joshua Simon
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Installations that explore their larger contexts.

Eluding the Brand: Kim Gordon Interviewed by Jane Ursula Harris
Print of a woman holding up and looking at red cellphone

Photographs and videos of public and private performance.

A World in Miniature: Lindsey Dorr-Niro Interviewed by Jared Quinton
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Creating an enmeshed exhibition.

Collaged Knowledge: Barbara Probst Interviewed by Will Fenstermaker
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Photographs that provoke the viewer into seeing.

Sound and Sculpture: Susan Philipsz Interviewed by James McAnally
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A foundational sound artist presents a career-spanning overview.

Nightmare Narratives: Ryan Bock Interviewed by Naomi Falk
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Working with bed boards and found objects.

Witness and Event: Julia Phillips Interviewed by Brandon Sward
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Sculpture and installation that investigate subjective perspectives.

Investigating Violence: Jonathan Herrera Soto Interviewed by Erica N. Cardwell
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Presenting the missing in prints and installations.

Contingent Encounter: Sreshta Rit Premnath Interviewed by Sohrab Mohebbi
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Reminding us the artwork does not exist in a void.

Reimagined Objects: Jean Shin Interviewed by Louis Bury
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Sculpture as communal.

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