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Dusadee Huntrakul Doubles Down on Looking Ocula Conversation Dusadee Huntrakul Doubles Down on Looking By John Tung, Bangkok

At BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY, Dusadee Huntrakul gives value to everyday encounters within the living world.

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Mire Lee’s Visceral Bodies Ocula Conversation Mire Lee’s Visceral Bodies By Stephanie Bailey, New York

Mire Lee's kinetic sculptures present visceral, body-horror abstractions that confront the dematerialisation of death.

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Leelee Chan: Materialising Hong Kong's Fluctuations Ocula Conversation Leelee Chan: Materialising Hong Kong's Fluctuations By Tessa Moldan, Berlin

All materials are assigned equal value in Leelee Chan's intimate sculptures, which materialise Hong Kong's fluctuations.

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Mark Manders: 'My work is always totally silent' Ocula Conversation Mark Manders: 'My work is always totally silent' By Nadine Khalil, Antwerp

At Zeno X Gallery Antwerp, Mark Manders' uncanny sculptural arrangements protest the artist figure.

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Rick Lowe’s Meditations on Social Sculpture Ocula Conversation Rick Lowe’s Meditations on Social Sculpture By Stephanie Bailey, New York

Rick Lowe reflects on his social sculptures through a series of new abstract paintings on view at Gagosian.

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McArthur Binion: 'I didn't come from art history, I landed there' Ocula Conversation McArthur Binion: 'I didn't come from art history, I landed there' By Paul Laster, Chicago

McArthur Binion reflects on his artistic trajectory from 1970s and 80s New York to Chicago and Lisbon.

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Tromarama: Rethinking the Locales of the Global System Ocula Conversation Tromarama: Rethinking the Locales of the Global System By Stephanie Bailey, Jakarta

Indonesia collective Tromarama introduce their algorithmic works, which track how technology is reshaping the world in real time.

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Heba Y. Amin and Maja Figge on Colonial Erasures in Postwar German Film Ocula Conversation Heba Y. Amin and Maja Figge on Colonial Erasures in Postwar German Film Berlin

Heba Y. Amin and Maja Figge speak of the German colonial imagination and the power of images to absolve responsibility from committed violence.

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Małgorzata Mirga-Tas and Joanna Warsza on the Polish Pavilion in Venice Ocula Conversation Małgorzata Mirga-Tas and Joanna Warsza on the Polish Pavilion in Venice By Maria Lind, Venice

At the Venice Biennale's Polish Pavilion, Małgorzata Mirga-Tas combines Romani visual cultures and its forgotten histories.

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Farah Al Qasimi: 'So many aspects of the world I photograph are deeply universal' Ocula Conversation Farah Al Qasimi: 'So many aspects of the world I photograph are deeply universal' By Stephanie Bailey, Abu Dhabi

Farah Al Qasimi's dream-toned compositions portray the cultural shifts prompted by rapid modernisation in the U.A.E. and beyond.

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Jonathas de Andrade: 'I like to think that art offers a certain freedom' Ocula Conversation Jonathas de Andrade: 'I like to think that art offers a certain freedom' By Amanda Arantes, Venice

At the Venice Biennale, Jonathas de Andrade's physical metaphors convey the weight of sociopolitical tensions in Northeast Brazil.

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Ken Lum: 'I think there is a huge disconnect in the art world' Ocula Conversation Ken Lum: 'I think there is a huge disconnect in the art world' By Neil Price, Toronto

Currently showing at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Ken Lum discusses early memes, social differentiation, and working in series over 40 years.

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Tatiana Trouvé: Everything Flows, From Matter to Medium Ocula Conversation Tatiana Trouvé: Everything Flows, From Matter to Medium By Tessa Moldan, Paris

At Gagosian and Centre Pompidou, Tatiana Trouvé's artworks come together as an 'echo-system'.

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The Otolith Group's Science Fiction of the Present Ocula Conversation The Otolith Group's Science Fiction of the Present By Stephanie Bailey, Dublin

The Otolith Group on the narrative devices across their video essays, which unfold the planetary dimensions of the everyday.

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Kristaps Ancāns: Propaganda Now Ocula Conversation Kristaps Ancāns: Propaganda Now By Boris Groys and Corina L. Apostol, Daugavpils

Kristaps Ancāns' new site-specific installation explores the relationship between humans, nature, and machines.

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Tomoko Yoneda: Confronting History Ocula Conversation Tomoko Yoneda: Confronting History By Sherry Paik, Tokyo

Tomoko Yoneda shares her approach to photographing sites charged with memories of the past.

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FAFSWAG on Queer Representation and documenta fifteen Ocula Conversation FAFSWAG on Queer Representation and documenta fifteen By Samuel Te Kani, Auckland

FAFSWAG co-founder Pati Solomona Tyrell discusses the collective's participation in documenta fifteen.

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Gala Porras-Kim: The Afterlives of Museum Objects Ocula Conversation Gala Porras-Kim: The Afterlives of Museum Objects By Sabel Gavaldon, London

Gala Porras-Kim on her research into the British Museum's collection and considering alternatives to museum deaccession.

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