On the occasion of his first major survey show Nicholas Mangan talks to George Clark about his installation practice, reflecting on humanity’s relationship with the natural environment and the complex dynamics of the global political economy.
David Lamelas speaks to Neus Miró about how time, space and language has influenced his work.
Ruth Ewan discusses her 2015/16 work Back to the Fields with Chris Fite-Wassilak.
Bryony Gillard and Louis Hartnoll talk to Simone Forti about her animal studies, collaboration and drawing as a tool for thinking.
Tanja Baudoin talks to Barbara Visser about how her works reappear and transform over time.
Ger van Elk has died aged 73. His passing is a great loss to the Dutch and international art world and we are remembering him by making an interview from our first Exhibition Histories book available here.
Catherine Sicot talks with Candelario and Aurélie Sampeur about LASA, their art collective and residency programme in San Agustín, a suburb on the outskirts of Havana.
Erika Vogt speaks to Adam Putnam about the overlapping articulation of object, image and film in her practice.
Maryam Jafri talks to Marina Vishmidt about her work in moving image and photography, reflecting upon masquerade, narrative and the contemporary possibilities of allegory.
Chantal Pontbriand talks to Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige about their recent film projects and the impact of new contemporary art platforms upon artistic practice in the Middle East.
Alaina Claire Feldman talks to Chantal Akerman about working across film-making, installation and writing, and the making of her recent video installation, Maniac Shadows.
Jennifer Burris talks to Alexandra Navratil about her slide and film installations currently at Kunstmuseum Winterthur, reflecting upon film colouring techniques, materiality and the magical fetishism of commodity production.
Amy Budd speaks to Joan Jonas about Draw Without Looking, her first online performance, and navigates her vast personal archive and enduring fascination with literary canons.
Ellen Feiss talks with Dana Yahalomi, the leader of ‘performative research body’ Public Movement, about their project Rebranding European Muslims.
Fatima Hellberg talks to Cynthia Maughan about her dark and funny early video works and her anti-essentialist approach to politics of representation.
Silvia Franceschini talks to Arseny Zhilyaev about his artistic and curatorial projects and their relation to the current socio-political situation in Russia.
Curator Berit Fischer interviews the artist and architect Marjetica Potrč on the potential of art and social architecture in developing spaces for a new culture of living together.
Doug Rickard’s photography appropriates imagery of American suburbs found in Google Street View. In this interview Siobhán Bohnacker questions the role of the photographer and discusses Rickard’s social critique.
British artist Alice Channer’s sculptural practice is deeply concerned with the way things are made; in this interview Line Ellegaard discusses with her the references, materials and processes involved in the making of a new installation for her exhibition ‘Out of Body’ at the South London Gallery.
On 8 February 2012, Alice Creischer, Andreas Siekmann and Max Jorge Hinderer reflected upon their controversial exhibition ‘The Potosí Principle’, in a discussion at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, moderated by Afterall’s Melissa Gronlund. You can view a video of the event here.
Artist duo Iratxe Jaio & Klaas van Gorkum produce performances, videos, publications and actions, interrogating notions of community and participation. Paula Barriobero discusses their methods and the potentials of contemporary activism in art practice.
Josefine Wikström interviews the theatre collective BADCo. about their work at the Venice Biennale and about the migration of theatre and performance into the visual arts space.