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Roxane Gay on Julie Mehretu

Roxane Gay on Julie Mehretu

“Every inch of canvas is visually arresting. The parts are as compelling as the whole. To say it is beautiful is to do the...
Mazen Maarouf Interview: Between Beirut and Reykjavik

Mazen Maarouf Interview: Between Beirut and Reykjavik

“Memory was like a beast that wanted to be fed.” Meet Palestinian-Icelandic writer Mazen Maarouf, whose work has been compared to that of Samuel...
Jean-Marc Bustamante Interview: A Brick Sculpture by Per Kirkeby

Jean-Marc Bustamante Interview: A Brick Sculpture by Per Kirkeby

“It’s in between sculpture and architecture,” French artist Jean-Marc Bustamante says of a site-specific brick monument by the lauded Danish artist Per Kirkeby (1938-2018)....
Tomás Saraceno Interview: The Art of Noticing

Tomás Saraceno Interview: The Art of Noticing

Join us – if you dare – as we follow the acclaimed Argentinian artist Tomás Saraceno into his installations of intricate spider webs inhabited...
Anne Waldman Interview: Poetry as a Performance

Anne Waldman Interview: Poetry as a Performance

“You’re not a soldier, you’re not a war correspondent, but you’re a field poet. You kind of have to be there as a witness,...
Ann Veronica Janssens Interview: Creating a Lens out of Fluids

Ann Veronica Janssens Interview: Creating a Lens out of Fluids

“I’m interested in the theme of vision, and in optics, the eye.” Find out how a floating drop can maintain its shape in a...
Aline Kominsky-Crumb Interview: Hanging Out Your Dirty Laundry

Aline Kominsky-Crumb Interview: Hanging Out Your Dirty Laundry

“The only thing I can talk about in my work is myself because it’s the only thing I know about.” Watch the trailblazing American...
Ulay Interview: Under My Skin

Ulay Interview: Under My Skin

This is the story of legendary artist Ulay (b.1943 - d.2020), famous for his collaboration with Marina Abramović. As a solo artist in search...
Vincent Meessen Interview: Working With Belgium's Colonial Past

Vincent Meessen Interview: Working With Belgium's Colonial Past

“How can we use art, as a practice, in order to raise questions?” asks the acclaimed Belgian visual artist Vincent Meessen. We met him...
Håkan Nesser Interviews: How I Write

Håkan Nesser Interviews: How I Write

“I want to be the first reader of my own writing.”How does one of the most acclaimed contemporary crime novelists approach writing? Find out...