At the heart of Olivier’s sculptural inquiry is the fate of our existing and future monuments. How can they teach, and change us?
An outdoor sculpture project weathers the seasons.
A public art project in New Orleans reenacts a slave revolt.
The two artists discuss pleasure and participatory viewership in their work, and how each is linked to opposing qualities of discomfort and alienation.
Public art addressing the trauma of sexual violence.
A public sculpture tries to grasp the wind.
The artist collective discusses a new public project.
A mural’s ode to labor and migration.
Wheatpasting portraits on the Navajo Nation.
Previewing a public performance on the Bronx River.
A choreographer and a visual artist imagine ways of inhabiting civic spaces.
“The street is always interesting because any world of images I construct is promptly dismissed once I go outside.”
A discussion of urbanism and Staten Island, cartography, and monumental sculpture’s place in modern society.
“A weight carried by two, weighs only half as much.”
Kelly Copper and Pavol Liska of Nature Theater of Oklahoma on their series Life & Times, new episodes of which will be presented this September by FIAF as a part of its Crossing the Line festival.
Todd Lester discusses his new personal project, Lanchonete, and the status of contemporary artist residencies.
The artist on performing motherhood and marriage in her new video The Breath We Took and why “write what you know” is limiting advice.
Charles Mary Kubricht’s new piece on the High Line dazzles and delights.