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Steven Zultanski

Steven Zultanski is the author of several books of poetry, including On the Literary Means of Representing the Powerful as Powerless (2018) and Honestly (2018). He lives in Copenhagen, Denmark. 

A retrospective of the Japanese artist's work at Louisiana Museum, Humlebæk, sheds new light on his merging of the biological and the artificial

BY Steven Zultanski | 21 JUL 20

Steven Zultanski on the Chicago-based cult video artist

BY Steven Zultanski | 20 APR 20

A remarkable new collection of writings by Madeline Gins makes a strong case for her work as an uncategorizable poet

BY Steven Zultanski | 08 APR 20

In ‘All That Beauty’, it’s not a matter of seeing better, or more clearly; it’s a matter of seeing more widely and wildly

BY Steven Zultanski | 30 OCT 19

In My Mother Laughs, Akerman’s pain while watching her mother’s health worsen becomes entwined with the shock of heartbreak

BY Steven Zultanski | 10 JUL 19

A survey at Denmark’s Louisiana Museum displays the Austrian artist’s expert linking of social concerns and surrealism

BY Steven Zultanski | 09 JUL 19
Culture Digest

Steven Zultanski reviews five wide-ranging new collections that address immigration, love and the cruelties of the internet

BY Steven Zultanski | 13 JUN 19

New books by Ben Fama, Stephanie Young, Robert Fitterman, Miyó Vestrini and Ed Steck wonder about language, politics and love

BY Steven Zultanski | 28 MAR 19

The late artist Knud Viktor painted a sonic portrait of the non-human world

BY Steven Zultanski | 25 MAR 19

Newly published in the US, ‘Birthday’ sees the Argentinian writer at his most personal – and vulnerable

BY Steven Zultanski | 27 FEB 19

Cruel Fiction expresses hope for concrete social movements that imagine a different world than our own

BY Steven Zultanski | 20 SEP 18

Pointed in its politics and inspiringly imaginative, Empty Metal queries whether the end of the world might already have taken place

BY Steven Zultanski | 03 MAY 18

From credit scores to algorithmic policing, Jackie Wang’s Carceral Capitalism reveals technocracy as not merely analytical, but predictive

BY Steven Zultanski | 17 JAN 18