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Nell: 'I'm always thinking about how a painting might sound' Ocula Conversation Nell: 'I'm always thinking about how a painting might sound' By Natalie King, Sydney

Sydney-based artist Nell has a capacious practice, working deftly across sculpture, painting, sound, assemblage, performance, and public art, producing work that is both accessible yet complex.

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Naeem Mohaiemen on the Afterlife of Care and Memory Ocula Conversation  |  In Partnership with Bildmuseet Naeem Mohaiemen on the Afterlife of Care and Memory By Katarina Pierre, Umeå

Naeem Mohaiemen unpacks his most recent film, commissioned by the 2020 Yokohama Triennale and Bildmuseet.

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Rachel Rose on the Alchemy of Power Ocula Conversation Rachel Rose on the Alchemy of Power By Stephanie Bailey, New York

Rachel Rose reflects on the ideas and concerns that drive her work

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Art Workers Demand Coverage of Stop Asian Hate Ocula Conversation Art Workers Demand Coverage of Stop Asian Hate By Sam Gaskin, New York

Eight art workers speak to Ocula Magazine about the rise of anti-Asian sentiment, the Asian art community's efforts to address racism, and what art media can do better.

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Christina Quarles: Reading the Body Ocula Conversation Christina Quarles: Reading the Body By Perwana Nazif, Chicago

Christina Quarles discusses shifting perspectives through painting and the importance of drawing in her practice.

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Senzeni Marasela: ‘My work is rooted in Johannesburg’ Ocula Conversation Senzeni Marasela: ‘My work is rooted in Johannesburg’ By Jareh Das, Cape Town

Senzeni Marasela traces her practice within the context of South Africa's generation of post-apartheid female artists.

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Cecilia Vicuña: The Colour of Compassion Ocula Conversation  |  In Partnership with CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts Cecilia Vicuña: The Colour of Compassion By Daniel Borzutzky, San Francisco

Cecilia Vicuña reflects on the power of art and poetry to express the 'potential of who we really are as human beings.'

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Caroline Rothwell: Follies of Industrialisation Ocula Conversation Caroline Rothwell: Follies of Industrialisation By Tessa Moldan, Singapore

Caroline Rothwell investigates the relationships between humanity, the botanical, and the industrial.

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Tarek Atoui’s Sonic Environments Ocula Conversation Tarek Atoui’s Sonic Environments By Nadine Khalil, Sharjah

Tarek Atoui discusses his experimental practice in sound.

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Monira Al Qadiri Dives Deep Into Oil Ocula Conversation  |  In Partnership With The Art Gallery of Burlington Monira Al Qadiri Dives Deep Into Oil By Amin Alsaden, Berlin

Monira Al Qadiri discusses Diver, her immersive video installation that connects Kuwait's oil and pearl diving industries.

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Slippery When Wet: Tiffany Sia's Poetry of Lived Time Ocula Conversation Slippery When Wet: Tiffany Sia's Poetry of Lived Time By Emily Verla Bovino, New York

Tiffany Sia on her attempt to capture the 'disappearing urgency' of Hong Kong's present.

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Himali Singh Soin's Planetary Practice Ocula Conversation Himali Singh Soin's Planetary Practice By Cleo Roberts, London

Winner of the 2019 Frieze Artist Award and Whitechapel Gallery Writer in Residence, Himali Singh Soin on the porosity of image and text.

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MetaObjects: Towards a Theory of Studio Practice Ocula Conversation MetaObjects: Towards a Theory of Studio Practice By Emily Verla Bovino, Hong Kong

Ashley Lee Wong and Andrew Crowe, the founders of digital studio MetaObjects, discuss their approach to knowledge sharing and collaborative processes.

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Francis Alÿs on Borders and Games in Hong Kong Ocula Conversation  |  In Partnership with Tai Kwun Contemporary Francis Alÿs on Borders and Games in Hong Kong By Xue Tan & Tobias Berger, Hong Kong

Francis Alÿs discusses two key themes in his current solo exhibition in Hong Kong at Tai Kwun Contemporary: borders and children's games.

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Larissa Sansour: Filming a Vanishing Present Ocula Conversation Larissa Sansour: Filming a Vanishing Present By Nadine Khalil, London

Larissa Sansour reflects on the 'dialectical dance' between utopia and dystopia in her films.

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Tania Pérez Córdova: Sculptures as Events Ocula Conversation Tania Pérez Córdova: Sculptures as Events By Lauren Cornell, New York

Tania Pérez Córdova talks to Lauren Cornell about her approach to creating objects that reflect the passage of time.

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