Interview

Recently awarded a USA Artist Fellowship, Lynn Hershman Leeson speaks about cultural technologies, personal narratives and alter egos 

Cosey Fanni Tutti talks to Paul Clinton about feminism, freedom and the politics of the personal

Writer Hari Kunzru speaks about his new novel, White Tears, a timely reflection on race, class and cultural appropriation in the US

Q. What is art for? A. To tell us where we are.

Jacqueline de Jong, rue de Charonne, Paris, 1965. Courtesy: the artist; photographer unknown

From the banal to the brutal to the beautiful, the work of the Dutch artist is a reminder to never stop being disobedient

The new director of London's ICA discusses rebuilding, restructuring and the integrity of culture

Star Industrial Co., Ltd., Red A Plastic Crystal lamp fixture, no. 1616, designed c.1970. Courtesy: M+, Hong Kong

An interview with Aric Chen, M+ curator of architecture and design, about his plans for the collection and revisiting historical global narratives

An activist as well as an artist, Navjot Altaf talks about why political struggle is a process, not an event

With the re-release of To Sleep With Anger, filmmaker Charles Burnett talks about his life, work and black independent cinema

Tim Smith-Laing talks to Rasheed Araeen about six decades of art making, writing and publication

This week's Culture Digest focuses on the power of documentaries: first up, an interview with the producer of a film profiling a Sicilian judge

Honey-Suckle Company, Die Treppe, from the artist book Odessau, 2001

The Berlin artists' group Honey-Suckle Company is a fashion house, band and style icon. A new book outlines the group's activities