“Rather than being attracted to artists because of their skills or sensitivity, I was always more interested in ideas and imagination.”
“It still seems difficult to imagine a world that isn’t equal parts awful and terrifying.”
The poet talks to Hyperallergic about A Little Devil in America and the process behind his new music podcast, Object of Sound.
Director Lance Oppenheim talks to Hyperallergic about Some Kind of Heaven.
“Something in this painting seemed to change over the course of 2020.”
Hyperallergic talks to Wuhan native Shengze Zhu about her new documentary A River Runs, Turns, Erases, Replaces, which recently premiered at Berlinale.
“Living with art, I am surrounded by thoughts, visions and conversations by other artists. It’s all very intimate.”
“We need to keep reassessing where we get our data from to understand how the narrative is shaped. And how it shapes us,” says Jackson.
“Since the start of the pandemic I’ve hung onto fleeting moments of beauty.”
“The Brutish Museums” considers the histories of cruelty that western museums perpetuate when they do not endeavor to return looted colonial artifacts.
Filmmaker Sam Pollard talks to Hyperallergic about his documentary MLK/FBI, how history repeats, and how authorities treat left- and right-wing protests differently.
“It’s a painting about uncertainty with a tinge of optimistic fatalism — perfect to get me through 2020.”