Survey

A survey of more than 50 respondents from over 30 countries

Writers and curators Osei Bonsu, Okwui Enwezor, L.A. Kauffman, Rob Sharp, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung and Zheng Bo respond 

How should the artistic community respond when an art space, explicitly or implicitly, associates itself with right-wing sentiment?

Curator Fernanda Brenner and artists Mario García Torres, Carlos Motta and Amalia Pica discuss what Latin American art means to them

A range of artists, writers, directors and curators present their opinions on the impending EU referendum

A number of young artists such as Patrick Goddard, Marie Jacotey and Stuart Middleton are exploring the possibilites of the graphic novel

Architect’s rendering of Louvre Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, under construction. Courtesy: Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Artefactory, TDIC and Louvre Abu Dhabi

Sam Thorne invites ten curators to reveal how they envision the museum 25 years from now

Ben Rivers, The Two Eyes Are Not Brothers, 2015, production still. Courtesy the artist, Artangel and Kate  MacGarry, London; photographs: Yuki Yamamoto

The evolution of the ‘artist’s feature film'

Bruce Nauman, Pay Attention, 1973,  lithograph, 97 × 71 cm. Courtesy: the artist, Sperone  Westwater, New York, and DACS, London

In an age of perpetual distraction, how might institutions slow down and refocus the way we look at art?

A.L. Steiner, Untitled (rambutan),  2013, inkjet print. Courtesy: the artist and Deborah Schamoni Galerie, Munich; copyright A.L. Steiner

‘What does it mean to make queer art now?’ Paul Clinton asks artists and writers Catherine Lord, Carl

Ronald Cyrille, Talk Shit, 2013,  mixed treatments on Ilford paper, wood  and glass, 42 × 32 cm. Courtesy: the artist and espace d’art contemporain 14°N 61°W, Martinique; photograph: JB Barret

Holly Bynoe, Charles Campbell, Amanda Coulson, John Cox, Annalee Davis and Caryl Ivrisse-Crochemar on the role of contemporary art in the Caribbean

Todd Eberle, (Untitled) IBM 1620 Data Processing System, 1968, 1999, photograph. Courtesy: © Todd Eberle

Algorithms, Big Data and surveillance: what’s the response, and responsibility, of art?