The relationship of colors on and off the canvas.
An exhibition by a prior member of the Situationist International.
Heightening the experience of images.
The artist talks about his film Joan Mitchell: Departures and its relation to Eternalism.
The writer and visual artist discuss their work, experience as black creatives, and mutual love for Toni Morrison.
Making and unmaking idols.
Recontextualizing “bad objects.”
Painting pre- and post-human figures.
The paintings in HumidGray and ShadowLake evoke synesthetic colors, remembered landscapes, and the physical performance inherent in marking a canvas.
Radically imagined safe spaces for black queerness.
Sometimes the sky is enough.
Featuring selections by Matthew Jeffrey Abrams, Emmanuel Iduma, Kaitlyn A. Kramer, Ashley Stull Meyers, and more.
Navajo language, photography, and the shifting landscape of the Southwest guide the poet’s latest collection, Dissolve.
Before the premiere of their multimedia collaboration LIGATURE, visual artist Auerbach and saxophonist Hillmer talk about connectivity, geometry, and the nature of mind.
Capaurisces (pronounced “kuh-pour-i-ces”)—a combination of a far-flung galaxy made of “99.99 percent dark matter” and an artist colony in New Hampshire—is the unlikely setting for Daaimah Mubashshir’s The Immeasurable Want of Light, a collection of short plays recently published in book form as part of the playwright’s ongoing project Everyday Afroplay. Beginning in 2016, Mubashshir developed a daily writing practice in response to Chris Ofili’s Afro Muses painting series, offering a sustained meditation on Blackness and the Black body.