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Participant Inc and the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art presents DOOMSCROLLING—MICHELLE HANDELMAN X SHANNON FUNCHESS , a video premiere including excerpts from Hustlers & Empires; Irma Vep, the Last Breath, and Dorian, a Cinematic Perfume.  The readings and performances will feature

LIQUID A PLACE—Torkwase Dyson’s new sculpture and sound piece show—is on view in London through November 6. On Monday, a group of writers, poets, dancers and musicians—Harry Alexander, Maëva Berthelot, Dionne Brand, Dr. Leronn Brooks, Joseph Funnell, GAIKA, Tyehimba Jess, Rowdy

On Sunday, Okwui Okpokwasili will participate in two of the opening weekend programs for the group exhibition WITCH HUNT at the Hammer Museum and the Institute of Contemporary Art Los Angeles. Utilizing the Hammer’s courtyard and outdoor spaces, the artist will

The annual New Original Works Festival is back—on stage and in person—at REDCAT. Week One features presentations of Marissa Brown’s new movement work The ocean is six miles deep, Melissa Cisneros’ duet Togetherness—developed with dancer Eric Geiger and designer Harry Foster—and

I loved the credits sequences in movies when I was a kid. I think that's where I learned the initial impact of a word in an expanded space and how it could move you or engage you. Engage me. I

I find it really helpful to not be very logical. I think that as an artist, it's been so useful to live in my head and my world of making. I'm always interested in how we keep our morale as creative

On the occasion of her Guggenheim exhibition CENTROPY—now in its final weeks in New York— Deana Lawson conceived an eponymously titled short film, now available to stream. Touching on the “personal histories and thematic structures that inflect the installation in the

“We are in a time of expanded perception where we are shifting from a perspective that is human to one of the human in the cosmos.” — Lita Albuquerque. Speaking “on time as a physical dimension and how her work

Collectively, these seminal artists had a profound effect on American culture from the 1940s on. Their work is a testament to the ecstatic and to how the ecstatic impulse can change not only art but the society that produces it.

Don't miss the group show IT'S MUCH LOUDER THAN BEFORE—organized by James Bartolacci and Stefano di Paola—now in its final week. Exploring “various communities and aesthetics of queer nightlife—from libertine sex parties to the glitz of discos to the queer