Read new fiction by David Emanuel on BOMB Daily.
David Brazil, Jackqueline Frost, & Evan Kennedy discuss activism, biblical prosody, the productive capacity of negativity, and bonhomie among poets.
The director on his first feature film, his idiosyncratic narrative style, and the transmission of violence in father/son relationships.
Brendan Fernandes discusses dance, architecture, and identity with the curators of his current New York show. (via BOMB Magazine — Brendan Fernandes by Wendy Vogel and Jess Wilcox)
New paintings by Guy Yanai.
Performance artist Taylor Mac on being an ousider, the nature of authenticity, and the depths of pop-culture.
Berlin-based artist Ilya Lipkin, on Perec, surveillance, and an economy of images.
Brennan Gerard and Ryan Kelly discuss exploring and choreographing different kinds of intimacy in Timelining, currently on show at The Kitchen NYC.
The iconoclastic composer Anthony Braxton, discusses his newest opera, the differences between American and European music culture, and space aliens.
A veritable potpourri of works new and ongoing by David Horvitz.
KERNEL, the London/Athens based art collective, discuss their installations, a fusion of technology, architecture, the Internet, and real-life materials.
Indonesian trance psych jams, William S. Burroughs and performative hypnosis: all in this week’s Paper Clip.
Luciana Achugar on her practice of resisting capitalism through pleasure. Her latest project, OTRO TEATRO, will premiere at New York Live Arts, April 2-5.
Maxwell and LeCompte discuss their new production ISOLDE.