An email conversation between Pae White and Jim Isermann
Haris Epaminonda in conversation with Sonia Campagnola
Audrey Chan interviews Patrick Bernier and Olive Martin, whose mock-courtroom performances question the rights of the author versus the rights of the immigrant.
Film-maker Duncan Campbell speaks to Tate curator Stuart Comer about his new film, Make it new John, a combination of documentary and fiction chronicling the automaker John DeLorean.
Andrea Büttner talks to Gil Leung about value, craft and effort in artistic production; falling; shame; and the potential for aesthetic opposition.
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.
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.
Monique Prieto in conversation with Thomas Lawson
Audrey Chan in conversation with Matt Keegan
Lynne Cohen in conversation with Mona Hakim
Luis Jacob in conversation with Rosemary Heather
For two weeks in June 2003 a large-scale sculpture appeared without ceremony in Paris's Quartier de l'Horloge, in Beaubourg...
Piero Golia in conversation with Andrew Berardini
Jean-Louis Comolli in conversation with Rosa Lleó
In August 2007, the artist Heath Bunting and I agreed to exchange SMS messages during a performance by Bunting in which he illegally crossed the border between Hungary and Austria...
Film-maker Emily Wardill discusses her films The Diamond (Descartes' Daughter) and Sea Oak, in relation to language and communication, with curator Mike Sperlinger
Duncan White interviews Takahiko Iimura about the visual poetics of his experimental films, which combine Japanese characters with English phrases to interrogate what we mean by 'image'.
Dieter Roelstraete talks with Willem de Rooij about the aviary overlaps between Dutch animal portraits of the Golden Age and Hawaiian ceremonial objects in his current show, 'Intolerance', at the Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin.
Audrey Chan speaks to Mark Manders about sculpture as self-portraiture, language and artistic meaning, and testing work in supermarkets.
In the following interview Sarah Lowndes talks to artist Susan Hiller about feminism in the US, class in the UK and her four-decade-long practice, which is currently the subject of a major exhibition at Tate Britain in London.
AA Bronson co-founded the seminal art collective General Idea in 1969. This interview, conducted in June 2010 by artist Sissu Tarka, centres on historical and contemporary alternative approaches to schooling and art education.
The Chinese experimental music pioneer Yan Jun talks with Rudolph Hudsucker about the Chinese music scene of the past two decades, and on room for artistic creativity after commercial success.
Anne Tallentire and Lisa Panting share thoughts on alternative cartographies, territories, and itinerant means of questioning social, political and institutional systems.
In this interview with Ron Hanson, Taiwanese artist Yao Jui-chung explains his country's context of independent resistance and political critique, within which his work is explicitly sited.