“In effect the single word is a new reading process; like electricity — instant and continuous.”
Paul Stephens | Sep 8
Facing unprecedented limitations to their physical operations and vocal calls to redress their complicity in racial injustice, museums are having a moment of reckoning.
David Joselit | Jul 22
A Google researcher looks into the mind of a computer.
Arthur I. Miller | Jul 1
Against the grim background of the Covid-19 catastrophe, there is some small cause for hope in the current renewal of enthusiasm for cycling.
Bruce Bennett | Jun 15
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
Even if they disappear into the dustbin of payment arcana tomorrow, signature pads should not escape our notice.
Bill Maurer | Mar 9
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 creative process demands openness to the unexpected and a recognition that what we “have in mind” may not be at all what is beginning to transpire before us.
Christopher Bardt | Feb 10
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 founding co-organizer of Miss Read and editor of "Publishing Manifestos" surveys the vibrant landscape of art book publishing.
Victoria Hindley | Sep 18, 2019