An excerpt from François Caradec’s book “Dictionary of Gestures.”
François Caradec | May 29
As an object, “TV Bra” perfectly encapsulates Paik’s artistic goals, Moorman’s brilliance as a performer, their personal history, and its cultural context.
Joan Rothfuss | May 22
Bonnie Marranca, the longtime editor of PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art, speaks with the legendary performer, visual artist, composer, poet, and filmmaker.
Bonnie Marranca | May 11
Sociologist Madison Van Oort offers a firsthand account of retail worker surveillance and resistance in the fast fashion industry.
The Editors | May 4
For immigrants, linking citizenship to using up one’s body and mind exerts an additional pressure to downplay damage and push through pain.
Sofya Aptekar | Apr 27
"Usually, those who do seem to understand the essence of the house begin to behave a little strangely, as if they were under its spell."
Sebastiano Brandolini | Apr 24
“Blockchain technology is a tiny crack, a tiny shifting of the ass cheeks of capital, it’s a moment of potential for a temporary autonomous zone.”
Maya B. Kronic | Apr 11
From the marginalia of ancient tomes to the cupboards of cunning craft cottages, the toad is a living sigil found the world over as an icon of magical thinking, enchantment, and sorcery.
E.H. Wormwood | Apr 6
Pain is integral to the structure of the Japanese language, and related to the particularity of local building design practices.
François Blanciak | Mar 23
Both acoustic and metaphorical, echo evokes the void left by what had been and is no longer.
Amit Pinchevski | Mar 13