“Filming in a kitchen is like working with a ballet or theater company,” the filmmaker told Hyperallergic in an interview for the release of his new film Menus-Plaisirs Les Troisgros.
“My drawings were always kind of grim and dark, and leaning toward the nasty part of art, whatever you want to call it,” Jones explains in an interview with Hyperallergic.
Fungkiigrrl’s absurd, retrofuturist TikToks connect us to places and things we know we can never experience again.
“In Varo’s work there is often a sense of geographic travel, but also a sense of traveling down material pathways that no one has ever looked at before,” says curator Caitlin Haskell.
Guzmán sits with Hyperallergic for a conversation about the lost promise of Salvador Allende’s presidency, enduring personal and collective trauma, and the continued possibility for a new revolution.
Stéphane Breitwieser stole several billion dollars worth of art from more than 150 museums before he was caught in 2001.
Ellie Irons explains how she mindfully harvests plants and transforms them into paints, a labor of love detailed in her how-to guide Feral Hues.
Elizabeth Lennard, director of the 1985 documentary Tokyo Melody about the famed experimental musician, discusses the film and her memories of Sakamoto.
The Brooklyn-based nonbinary artist discusses their recent foray into weaving and how photographs can challenge the seemingly static images in our minds.
The trans nonbinary artist, writer, and game designer employs data as their medium to expand on the broader “garden” and the often violent ways in which we preserve its beauty.
“Without my gender and racial identity or my ‘total being,’ my work does not exist,” says the multidisciplinary artist and trans woman.
The Brooklyn-based trans woman and interspecies artist creates installations that invite solidarity with all living beings.