Sharon Lockharts new film Pine Flat is her most ambitious work to date. Michael Ned Holte considers the complicated boundaries between fact and fiction in Lockharts rigorously formal work in frieze issue 95.
Christy Lange talks politics, feminism, the art world, media, religion and integrity with Martha Rosler; Peter Eleey admires the gritty glamour of Marepes work and Catherine Wood explores the films of Catherine Sullivan which, between historical periods and locations, connect Baroque ideas with the subjectivity of individual.
Emily King talks to product designer Konstantin Grcic about ephemerality and the possibility of creating a new language of design and Joerg Heiser, Erden Kosova and Jan Verwoert report from the 9th Istanbul Biennial. Also featured: Richard Hughes by Alex Farquharson, Mindy Shapero by Christopher Miles, Dave Hullfish Bailey by Lars Bang Larsen and Mircea Cantor by Christy Lange.