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Interviews

The Italian artist, who currently has a solo show at MAXXI in Rome, discusses her influences, her frustrations and her love of mozzarella

By Paola Pivi

With a solo show at London’s Hannah Barry Gallery, the artist talks cyber warfare, science fiction and cracks in the neoliberal order

By Gabriella Pounds

The queer cyberfeminist pioneer’s Taiwan Pavilion in Venice explores surveillance, pleasure and control

By Zach Blas

Barbara Casavecchia talks to the show’s curator, Milovan Farronato

By Barbara Casavecchia
Rahime, Kurdish Woman from Turkey (detail), 1979, photographs, pencil, coloured pencil, paint and mixed media on cardboard, dimensions variable. Courtesy: the artist and Vehbi Koç Foundation Contemporary Art Collection, Istanbul; photograph: Hadiye Cangök

The artist takes us through her multi-faceted practice, now on view in her retrospective at Museum Ludwig, Cologne 

By Övül Ö. Durmuşoğlu

Q: What do you like the look of? A: A clear bright sky in the morning

By Ralph Rugoff

As his show at Gasworks opens in London, the artist discusses postgenderism, power, violence and intimacy

By Lorena Muñoz-Alonso

‘I had an amusing thought about being a tattoo artist the other day’

By Katy Moran

Two UK exhibitions feature works in which the London-based artist engages with the British landscape

By Hettie Judah
Keller Easterling, MANY,  2019, installation shot. Courtesy: Wrightwood 659, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Chicago; photograph: © Tom Harris

Following her fellowship grant from United States Artists and an exhibition at Wrightwood 659, the designer and theorist discusses solutions to right-wing immigration policies and neoliberal econom

By Evan Moffitt and Keller Easterling

Lorraine Connelly-Northey’s fusion of traditional knowledge and contemporary Australia 

By Claudia Arozqueta

Q. What should stay the same? A. ‘Nothing’

By Pierre Guyotat

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The artist takes us on a tour of her pavilion

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