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Alvin Li speaks with Mire Lee about emotion and affect in her sculptural works, and the influence of space, architecture and the macabre on her practice

BY Mire Lee AND Alvin Li | 06 SEP 22

Liz Kim on how the social and artistic movement of the 1980s inspired a new generation of Korean artists

BY Liz Kim | 31 AUG 22

Andrés Anwandter on the artist's intuitive approach to working the room

BY Andrés Anwandter | 31 AUG 22

Cathy Park Hong, Brenda Lozano and Mónica de la Torre on three iconic works

The acclaimed artist speaks about his the Korean cellist, composer and improviser and the shared legacy of Fluxus performance

BY Christian Marclay AND Matthew McLean | 24 AUG 22

Roisin Tapponi looks at how contemporary Arabic filmmakers use thirst to inspire their practices

BY Róisín Tapponi | 24 AUG 22

The artist looks to Bob Flanagan for new forms of radical love

BY Trisha Low | 10 AUG 22

As the Internet keeps evolving, Orit Gat reflects on what's left behind

BY Orit Gat | 25 JUL 22

Victoria Adukwei Bulley speaks with the artist about psychoanalysis, storytelling and how new languages can unpack historical trauma

Ela Bittencourt investigates the ways in which film directors in the 1960s and '70s used surrealism as a way of interrogating unstable political moments and reimagining the future 

BY Ela Bittencourt | 05 JUL 22

The artist’s latest one-act play considers the social and psychic repercussions of Belgium's colonialist project

BY Amber Power | 30 JUN 22

On the occasion of the artist’s Nottingham Contemporary exhibition, Stephanie LaCava takes a closer look at her film Life on the CAPS

BY Stephanie LaCava | 10 JUN 22

Shiv Kotecha profiles an artist whose practice has challenged US imperialism and anti-Blackness through language and music

BY Shiv Kotecha | 08 JUN 22

Ahead of his Creative Time commission in New York, the artist speaks with poet Harmony Holiday

BY Harmony Holiday AND Charles Gaines | 07 JUN 22

Chloe Stead talks with the artists about their personal approaches to mining the past

Richard Hawkins on the crucial correspondence between the artist and the psychoanalyst

BY Richard Hawkins | 03 JUN 22

Jonathan Carver Moore speaks to the artist about building Black queer communities through art

The artist, and newly appointed curator of public engagement at Dia Art Foundation, brings people together through artist-led virtual meetings

BY Terence Trouillot | 01 JUN 22

Paige K. Bradley profiles the NYC radio station that subverts the role of the celebrity and has a place for everyone on its airwaves

BY Paige K. Bradley | 30 MAY 22