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Interview with Terre Thaemlitz

Interview

March 2018

Kevin Brazil

Interview

March 2018

In the first room of Terre Thaemlitz’s 2017 exhibition ‘INTERSTICES’, at Auto Italia in London, columns of white text ran across one wall. Thaemlitz...

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Issue No. 21

On Work: Roundtable

The Editors

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Issue No. 21

In 2013 we encountered a pamphlet-sized book published by n+1 called No Regrets. It contained a series of conversations...

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March 2018

Editorial

The Editors

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March 2018

During his interview with Claudia Rankine in this issue, Kayo Chingonyi raises the subject of what role the arts...

Interview

March 2018

Interview with Claudia Rankine

Kayo Chingonyi

Interview

March 2018

Of all the books to enter the wider consciousness in the last decade, Citizen is the one to which...

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Issue No. 21

Facing Future Feelings: The Portrait of Chelsea Manning

Hatty Nestor

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Issue No. 21

Last autumn I listened to an episode from the 1999 ‘Lock Up’ series of This American Life, which explored...

Art Review

February 2018

No One Here Gets Out Alive: Kaveh Golestan’s ‘Prostitutes’ Series

Joobin Bekhrad

Art Review

February 2018

‘The ruins of Rey are near Tehran!’ exclaimed the wayfarers in Sadegh Hedayat’s dark, opium-incensed novel of 1936, The...

In Conversation: Rowan Hisayo Buchanan and Eley Williams

Interview

February 2018

Rowan Hisayo Buchanan

Interview

February 2018

It felt like everyone had been talking about Eley Williams. Her slim book, Attrib. and other stories, bounced across Twitter and Instagram. I’ve seen...

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February 2018

Paris in August

Jacqueline Feldman

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February 2018

Although I had landed two hours before, I was drinking wine and not coffee as I waited for a...

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January 2018

Accumulations (Appendix F)

Kate Zambreno

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January 2018

I’ve been keeping a mental list of all the pieces of art that I’ve nursed Leo in front of...

Interview with Peter Stamm

Interview

December 2017

Seren Adams

Interview

December 2017

Peter Stamm’s international reputation as a writer of acute psychological perception and meticulously precise prose has been growing steadily since his first novel, Agnes,...