Erin Johnson converses with Lauren Strohacker and Dr. Lisa Minerva Tolentino on the movement of light and meaning of red in relation to Strohacker’s solo exhibition at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), Winston-Salem, NC.
In this interview, Bryn Evans speaks with artist Lava Thomas and curator Dr. Bridget R. Cooks, discussing Southern family origins, the supposed sanctity of photography, and serendipity’s sweet magic.
Camille Bacon discusses the value of homage and ritual practice with artist Ryan Cosbert in tandem with their latest exhibition at UTA Artist Space, Atlanta, GA.
Kat Eaves speaks with interdisciplinary composer and choreographer Kinlaw ahead of their performance at ICA VCU.
In conjunction with the group exhibition, A Movement in Every Direction, at the Mississippi Museum of Art, Bryn Evans speaks with featured artist Akea Brionne to discuss storytelling, ancestral media, and the relationship between identity and geography.
Daria Simone Harper interviews Houston-based artist Jamal Cyrus to discuss his recent exhibition at the Modern in Fort Worth, FOCUS. They discuss Southern geographies, Black musical traditions, and poetic approaches to sound production.
Jasmine Amussen speaks with Junior Fernandez and S Rodriguez from without architecture and Bo McGuire and Jackie Clay from Invisible Histories about cruising, hostile architecture and secret sites of queerness in this interview republished from Treasure.
In this essay for our 2022 theme Invasive Species, Allison Young speaks with artist Hannah Chalew about pollution and waste as new ways of thinking about art making.
Natalie Weis interviews Sanford Biggers about his current exhibition at the Speed Museum in Louisville. They discuss L.A. graffiti, Southern vernacular, and code-switching.