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A Surreptitious Form of Activism: Michelle Handelman Interviewed by Jane Ursula Harris
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The filmmaker on her 1995 film BloodSisters documenting San Francisco’s leather-dyke scene.

A Surreptitious Form of Activism: Michelle Handelman Interviewed by Jane Ursula Harris
Bloodsisters 01

The filmmaker on her 1995 film BloodSisters documenting San Francisco’s leather-dyke scene.

Traversing Fertile Histories: Vick Quezada Interviewed by Alexis Salas
Life At The Precambrian Beach Vick Quezada1

Sculpture, video, and performance that queers US Southwest settler colonial history with plants and pilgrimages.

Mark McKnight
Mark McKnight, If Water Forgets How To Play Mirror

In Mark McKnight’s photographs, the material of the terrestrial world merges with a celestial aspect. Dark bodies, asphalt, oily birds, decomposing stone, and dimpled flesh all radiate from a field of tarry shadow.

Kickin’ It: Jennifer Harge Interviewed by Taylor Aldridge
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The dance artist and choreographer discusses her praxis of fellowship and pleasure.

Jacolby Satterwhite by Sean Capone
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The artist mines the visual languages of virtual reality, contemporary dance, music videos, ancient Roman architecture, and West African shrouding rituals to create a “weird, metastasized utopia” of digital social space.

Young Joon Kwak by Charles Long
Shining Palimpsest

On stage and in the studio, Kwak (aka Xina Xurner) summons bodies, objects, and energies that flourish at the “seams of the illusions of fixed identity.”

Dorito Divas: Isaac Pool Interviewed by Jeanine Oleson
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Starring fennel. 

Intimate Variations: Other Romances at Rachel Uffner Gallery by Katherine Brewer Ball
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Extending the possibilities of relation.

Recalibrating Sense: Cassils at Ronald Feldman Fine Arts by Tess Altman
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The body as social sculpture.

Gender Trouble in Queer Paradise by Tavia Nyong'o
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Future St. is set in an America in which homosexuality has triumphed over heterosexuality, cloning has replaced sexual reproduction, and California has seceded from the mainland United States to form the gay male state of “Clonifornia.”

Becca Blackwell by Jim Fletcher
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The actors chat about performing masculinity, transitioning, and Blackwell’s one-person show They, Themself and Schmerm.

Carlos Motta by Cat Tyc
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“Queer lives are conditioned by violence.”

Tom Burr by Alan Ruiz
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“Some people are happy calling me an artist, others a Conceptual or post-Conceptual artist, others say sculptor, and others use a string of modifiers. Someone suggested once that I was simply performing these categories, which I like.”

M. Lamar by Risa Puleo
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“I am an artist. I am a NEGROGOTHIC, devil-worshipping, free black man in the blues tradition. Those are the things I am now.”

Maggie Nelson by A.L. Steiner
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“What expression isn’t a negotiation of some sort?”

Felix Bernstein & Cecilia Corrigan
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“I don’t think being a cynical, academically oriented deconstructor should stop one from being a wild and crazy performer.”

Beau Rice by Aiden Arata
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Text messaging, parasexual literature, and psychiatry in drag.

CAConrad’s Ecodeviance: Soma(tics) for the Future Wilderness by Charity Coleman
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In ECODEVIANCE, a ritualistic poetry book-cum-grimoire and guide to various livings and dyings, CAConrad’s mic is comprised of “the bones of the earth”: crystals. Voices whisper, ring, and shout through(out) this book.

Brennan Gerard & Ryan Kelly by Jenn Joy
Ulrike Müller’s Herstory Inventory: 100 Feminist Drawings by 100 Artists by Thom Donovan
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There are numerous pleasures in encountering Herstory Inventory, a project initiated and organized by the artist Ulrike Müller, not least of which include a collection of 100 drawings by artists whom I love and admire.

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