Current Issue Features
In the swim of things: a conversation on the poetics and politics in He Xiangu’s debut film
Curator Siqiao Lu and artist-filmmaker Tiffany Fung discuss the borders that art trespasses and reconstructs in He Xiangu’s debut film “The Swim,” which premiered at the Guggenheim Museum in February 2017.
“The artist has to be down on the ground”—An Interview with Monica Trinidad
Guest editor Lewis Wallace speaks with artist and organizer Monica Trinidad about her process of collaborating with and creating within communities.
Beverly Fishman: Color-Coding Big Pharma
Writer-in-Residence Zachary Small uncovers the psychological implications of Beverly Fishman’s brightly colored pill-paintings that explore the consequences of an unchecked medical industry.
The “Black Gash of Shame”—Revisiting the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Controversy
Elizabeth Wolfson recounts the early controversy surrounding Maya Lin’s Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the delicate balance that must be achieved when memorializing war’s heroes and victims.