The artist and poet discusses his childhood as a first-generation Palestinian immigrant, the formation of selfhood in preadolescence, and the psychology of drifting.
Dance and movement that transcribe prior choreographies.
A photographic practice examining the relationship between art and politics.
An overdue publication dedicated to the practice of the interdisciplinary artist, educator, and founder of El Museo del Barrio.
A multidisciplinary artist talks about collaborative work.
On speaking visually.
The artist embraces revision, contradiction, and fallibility in a culture that prizes singular genius.
Reenacting an episode from the television show Shark Tank.
The recent Turner bursary recipient discusses her interdisciplinary practice.
A collection of texts by and about the groundbreaking choreographer and filmmaker.
The poet Anne Waldman leads a global musical collaboration.
The performance artist aka Dynasty Handbag recounts her journey from the San Francisco DIY scene to New York’s avant-garde theater world and ultimately to Hollywood.
Situating a recent history of feminist art.
Film, performance, and sculpture that imagine exorcism as liberation.
How do we translate performance onto the page?
A radical “mirror game” between film and live performance, What If They Went to Moscow?, part of BAM’s Next Wave Festival, plays for two audiences, one in the theater and one in the cinema—then they switch.
The writers on indigenous ancestry, playing with language, and maintaining public personas.
A look behind the scenes of Akhnaten, Philip Glass’s 1983 opera now playing at the Metropolitan Opera, in which the countertenor plays an ancient Egyptian pharaoh who defied gender conventions.
A public art project in New Orleans reenacts a slave revolt.