The Palestinian artist reflects on how inherited trauma can be used as a tool to shape the future in the image of the past.
Anthony Downey | Apr 6
The authors of "Sulphuric Utopias" chart the history of ideas about fumigation and quarantine, and shed light on the origins of epidemic photography.
The Editors | Apr 2
The younger generation, already saddled with student debt and uncertain jobs, will pay a high price as the crisis unfolds.
Lynn Parramore, INET | Mar 20
Artist Michael Rakowitz charts the historical context and aftermath of a concert — at the Ramallah Cultural Palace in Palestine — that never happened.
Anthony Downey | Feb 24
The symbolists of the 19th century saw art not as a social revolution, but as a revolution in sense and how to conceptualize the world.
Zone Books/The Editors | Dec 9, 2019
The former chancellor of MIT reflects on his upbringing and his best — and worst — experiences at the institute.
Phillip L. Clay | Dec 3, 2019
The authors of “NSFW” argue that safety has, in myriad ways, become a euphemism for the policy of filtering out or limiting access to sexual content online.
The Editors | Nov 21, 2019
An expert in citizenship reveals the concept’s totalitarian, racist, and sexist underpinnings and considers alternatives.
Dimitry Kochenov | Nov 14, 2019
The author of “Feeding the Other” demonstrates how stigmatization is a process that is as much about power and privilege as it is about marginalization and disenfranchisement.
The Editors | Oct 21, 2019
The founding co-organizer of Miss Read and editor of "Publishing Manifestos" surveys the vibrant landscape of art book publishing.
Victoria Hindley | Sep 18, 2019