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One Poem by Nicole Callihan
First Proof Everything Is Temporary

If I were face-up in the MRI machine, I’d see the cherry blossoms affixed to the ceiling. / But I’m face-down. / My arms are extended above my head. / A crane, I read this morning, can stay aloft for up to ten hours. / It barely needs to flap its wings.

One Poem by Nicole Callihan
First Proof Everything Is Temporary

If I were face-up in the MRI machine, I’d see the cherry blossoms affixed to the ceiling. / But I’m face-down. / My arms are extended above my head. / A crane, I read this morning, can stay aloft for up to ten hours. / It barely needs to flap its wings.

A Gospel in Stillness: Sarah Davachi Interviewed by Stephanie Berzon
portrait of Sarah Davachi

Accessing the interiority of sounds.

Intuition Is Bodily: Caitlin Adams Interviewed by Simona Blat
Caitlin Adams METALBODY rehearsal process at Gibney Dance NYC, 2020. Photo by Sheridan Telford

Integrating psychology and spirituality with choreographic practice.

Strangeness and Beauty: Dear Climate (Una Chaudhuri, Oliver Kellhammer, and Marina Zurkow) Interviewed by Louis Bury
Dear Climate: Signs, Wonders, Blunders, 2019-20

A unique approach to environmental art.

Shezad Dawood’s Kalimpong by Sabine Russ
Kalimpong

When I arrive in the lobby of Kalimpong’s famed Himalayan Hotel, I move around clumsily and with caution. I’m wary of touching objects left behind by long-gone visitors, and the pop-up ghosts of soldiers, businessmen, and mountaineers startle me.

John Giorno by Verne Dawson
Giorno Interview 01

A pioneer of New York’s downtown scene in the ’60s and ’70s recalls how he found his vocation as a poet.

Pauline Oliveros by Cory Arcangel
Pauline Oliveros 01

For more than 50 years Pauline Oliveros, a pioneering American composer, has been at the forefront of composition, improvisation, education, and meditation. 

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