Artist Parker Thornton investigates the uneasy intimacy of the modern relationship between human bodies and nature through visual and written storytelling.
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Through digital compositions and personal essay, artist Alexis Childress addresses the making of her work, the treatment of Black beauty in America, and the joy of self-becoming within a Black matriarchal legacy.
Using GIFs and a transcript from a live performance, Courtney McClellan investigates the relationships between mock trial, fiction, and narrative world-building.
Part drawing and part assemblage, six new works on paper by artist Krista Clark reflect her practice of abstracting common building materials into sculptural forms.
Artist, writer, and DJ Yoon Nam questions how the invisible can become visible through love and intention, reconciling with the passage of time.
Cuban-born artist Mario Petrirena shares personal reflections on forty years of his creative process alongside images of works-in-progress.
Artist Joe Peragine mourns a spring full of loss, reflecting on the pandemic’s beginnings through visual commemoration.
Diving into the void of the digital sublime, Mac Balentine presents an immersive new video work as part of the magazine’s artist column Mood Ring.
Atlanta-based artist Caleb Jamel Brown considers what patriotism can look like for Black Americans.