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Collapsing Interior and Exterior: Cindy Ji Hye Kim Interviewed by Olivia Gauthier
A black and white painting of a skeleton and a brain titled, Capita: The Face and Its Name, by ​Cindy Ji Hye Kim

Paintings that depict the hidden body and mind.

Collapsing Interior and Exterior: Cindy Ji Hye Kim Interviewed by Olivia Gauthier
A black and white painting of a skeleton and a brain titled, Capita: The Face and Its Name, by ​Cindy Ji Hye Kim

Paintings that depict the hidden body and mind.

I Will Erect the New Paradise: A Series of Mistranslations by Ursula Andkjær Olsen & Katrine Øgaard Jensen
Outgoing Vessel3

i will erect the new paradise / i will build and decorate it / LIKE a garden in an outgoing/incoming vessel / with ornamented walls / with a basin in the floor

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.

Turning Toward the Thrashing: Lara Mimosa Montes Interviewed by Lucy Ives
Bomb Thresh Holes

The writer on her new poetry collection, rearranging the nervous system, and a fact’s capacity to contain its own strangeness.

Esther Spark by Anna Cox
Ikeep My Worries In My Teeth

An excerpt from I Keep My Worries in My Teeth.

Artists As Mapmakers: Lena Henke Interviewed by Owen Duffy
Lena Henke1

Sculpture that connects architecture and the body.

Jamming Opposites Together: Anna Sew Hoy Interviewed by William J. Simmons
Anna Sew Hoy1

Painting that boils down shapes.

Three Poems by Rodney Terich Leonard
Fingerprints

Unseasonably exposed to fuchsia, / I left that Southern town / knotted  to why-what / secrecy. # Like my / first time on a Ferris wheel.

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