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Forms That Don’t Yet Exist: Kiyan Williams Interviewed by Louis Bury
Three mud humanoid figures stand in a room full of brown dirt.

Sculpture and performance that work with soil.

Forms That Don’t Yet Exist: Kiyan Williams Interviewed by Louis Bury
Three mud humanoid figures stand in a room full of brown dirt.

Sculpture and performance that work with soil.

An Atmosphere of Threat: Betty Tompkins Interviewed by Bean Gilsdorf
pink words are written over the female figure in a reproduced Vermeer painting titled, Women Words (Vermeer #4), by Betty Tompkins

Art that confronts abuse toward women.

Generating Friction: Jamie Crewe Interviewed by Caroline Elbaor
A collage featuring text a woman's resting head and crossing orange lines titled, An amalgam, by Jamie Crewe

Depicting the complicated, conflicting, and ambivalent parts of transgender experience.

Word-Weapons: Cecilia Vicuña: Seehearing the Enlightened Failure Reviewed by Juan José Santos
An installation featuring thick red ropes dangling from the ceiling titled, Quipu menstrual (la sangre de los glaciares), Cecilia Vicuna

An important retrospective collects nearly one hundred artworks.

Embodied Practice: Christine Howard Sandoval Interviewed by Louis Bury
A painting made of mud that depicts a building facade with arches titled, Arch--A Passage Formed By a Curve, by Christine Howard Sandoval

Art that addresses colonial legacies.

Between Fragility and Strength: Barbara Earl Thomas Interviewed by Emily Zimmerman
An installation shot of a large flat vertical glass sculpture in a room illuminated with golden light titled, The Geography of Innocence, by Barbara Earl Thomas

Portraits intended to inspire.

Studio Visit: Hiba Schahbaz by Christina D. Bartson
Bright pink and red canvases on the wall and floor featuring a nude female figure , Hiba Schahbaz studio, photo by Christina D. Bartson

Turning the gaze around.

A Connecting Force or Form: Rami George Interviewed by Laura Brown
An installation view of a projected video featuring a hand opening a turquoise notebook titled, Untitled (with my father), by Rami George

Reconstructing a family history in video and collage.

Slowing Images Down: Andrew Sendor Interviewed by Will Fenstermaker
A white-framed drawing of an Instagram image of two lions fighting titled, Reall_Nature: Fighting for Dominance, by Andrew Sendor

Making drawings of Instagram posts during COVID-19.

Multiple Representations: Florine Démosthène Interviewed by Jareh Das
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Shapeshifting, cosmological nudes.

Work As Gift: Sean Sullivan Interviewed by Paul Maziar
Sean Sullivan1

Honoring the art-making process.

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