In issue 103 of frieze Maria Lassnig talks to Jörg Heiser about nearly 70 years of painting difficult and complex pictures that attempt to visualize the invisible aspects of her bodily sensations.
Dominic Eichler considers the work of Peter Piller, whose archive of found photographs reveals curious gems of unintended meaning.
Also, Jan Verwoert reflects on Jutta Koethers omnivorous practice, in which painting, writing and music exert influence over each other, and Dan Fox conducts an imaginary interview with dead novelist B.S. Johnson on truth, fiction and representation in the films and photographs of artist Gerard Byrne. Bert Rebhandl absorbs himself in the compelling films of director Apichatpong Weerasethakul, which delve into the realms of folklore and the supernatural, and Peter Eleey looks at the art of Helen Mirra, whose work in sound, film, photography, text and sculpture is rich in allusions.