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Erin Jane Nelson contemplates barrier islands and isolation while playing Animal Crossing in the time of COVID-19.

Artist Yanique Norman outlines the poetics of Black Fungibility, “an alternate dream model” that borrows ideas from mycology to create complex and imaginative representations of Blackness.

Classical art curator Ruth Allen discovers references to ancient male nudes in an installation by Christina West and considers the impact of these images on centuries of idealized masculinity.

In this edition of Take Five, Burnaway highlights five artists who are living in or making work about the rural South.

Combining his voice with images by the artist, Ade J. Omotosho accompanies Adler Guerrier on walks through Miami neighborhoods late last summer, exploring the possibilities of Black flânerie.