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Interviews

With a show opening at Hollybush Gardens tomorrow, the artist discusses her career addressing social and political issues through performance

By Isobel Harbison

The Athens-based artist discusses how desire figures in her new film, the relationship between writing and images and the influence her home city h

By Quinn Latimer

The radical filmmaker, teacher and writer talks essentialism in identity politics and why her films are neither documentary nor fiction

By Erika Balsom

Q: What do you wish you knew? A: How to build a time machine

By Bouchra Khalili
Sue Williams, These, 2018, oil on canvas, 1.8 x 2 m. Courtesy: Skarstedt, London © Sue Williams, 303 Gallery, New York

On view at Skarstedt’s London gallery, US artist Sue Williams’s latest body of work reflects a battle against ‘hating everything’ 

By Hettie Judah

A new film by Josh Appignanesi shot entirely on VHS, creates a portrait of novelist Chloe Aridjis and surrealist Leonora Carrington

By Jennifer Higgie

The legendary sculptor and performance artist talks liquid sculpture, the politics of dance and the liberating qualities of nylon hosiery

By Osei Bonsu

Q: What do you like the look of? A: ‘Looks aren't everything.’

By Martha Rosler

‘Mentorship? I don’t think I even knew what the word meant!’

By Amy Sherlock and Lubaina Himid

The legendary Tokyo-based architect reflects on his first UK building, which opens to the public on Saturday

By Crystal Bennes

The artist and musician talks humour, tragedy and his exhibition, ‘Shitty Heartbreaker’, at Overgaden, Copenhagen

By Nathaniel Budzinski

With a forthcoming solo show at Tiwani Contemporary, London, the artist discusses Niger-Delta food traditions, ‘disaster narratives’ and environmen

By Ismail Einashe

Video

James William Blades. Courtesy: Frieze

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Frieze Music artist James William Blades on making soundscapes

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The first pin I got was ‘Keep the Faith Baby’ – those words were probably the first I read on my own, long before I understood them

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