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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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Mexico's FEMSA Biennial Finds Ways To Decentre Ocula Conversation Mexico's FEMSA Biennial Finds Ways To Decentre By Sara Garzon, Mexico

FEMSA Biennial offers a decentralised exhibition format that engages local audiences across Morelia and Pátzcuaro in Mexico.

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Brook Andrew Reflects on 'This Year' Ocula Conversation  |  In Collaboration With Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery Brook Andrew Reflects on 'This Year' By Alexie Glass-Kantor, Sydney

Published in partnership with Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Brook Andrew reflects on his trajectory as an artist.

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Julie Mehretu on the Right to Abstraction Ocula Conversation Julie Mehretu on the Right to Abstraction By Fawz Kabra, New York

Julie Mehretu discusses the evolution of her approach to abstraction, using marks and blurs to decentre ways of looking.

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Galerie Chantal Crousel at 40: Looking Back, Looking Forward Ocula Conversation Galerie Chantal Crousel at 40: Looking Back, Looking Forward By Stephanie Bailey, Paris

Niklas Svennung and Chantal Crousel reflect on the gallery's history and future projects.

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Bernardo Faria: Unseen Transformations Ocula Conversation  |  In Partnership With Delfina Foundation Bernardo Faria: Unseen Transformations By Hena Lee, São Paulo

Bernardo Faria reflects on decentralised infrastructures, software sovereignty, and collaborative practices for artists.

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Meleko Mokgosi's Democratic Intuition Ocula Conversation Meleko Mokgosi's Democratic Intuition By Emmanuel Balogun, London

Meleko Mokgosi reflects on his ongoing project, Democratic Intuition, within the development of his practice.

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Tschabalala Self: 'We must abandon the lies and mistruths we have been told' Ocula Conversation Tschabalala Self: 'We must abandon the lies and mistruths we have been told' By Jareh Das, New York City

Tschabalala Self discusses her representations of Black bodies as sites of multiplicity.

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Lindy Lee: Moon in a Dew Drop Ocula Conversation  |  In Partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia Lindy Lee: Moon in a Dew Drop By Elizabeth Ann Macgregor, Sydney

Lindy Lee reflects on her decades-long practice with Museum of Contemporary Art Australia Director Elizabeth Ann Macgregor.

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Love and Artificial Intelligence Ocula Conversation  |  Sponsored Content | Hyundai Motorstudio Beijing Love and Artificial Intelligence By Penny Liu, Beijing

Cornelia Schneider, head of global experiential marketing at Hyundai Motor Company, and curator Jiaying Chen discuss the Hyundai Blue Prize 2020.

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'We'll see what the hell happens': Jim Shaw on Politics and Pop Culture in the U.S. Ocula Conversation  |  In Partnership with Simon Lee Gallery 'We'll see what the hell happens': Jim Shaw on Politics and Pop Culture in the U.S. By Lydia Yee, London

Ahead of the U.S. election results, Jim Shaw reflects on the political and pop cultural themes in his paintings.

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Mónica de Miranda’s Geography of Affections Ocula Conversation Mónica de Miranda’s Geography of Affections By Stephanie Bailey, Lisbon

Mónica de Miranda maps the Afro-European trajectories in her work.

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Redressing Gender Imbalances at National Gallery of Australia Ocula Conversation Redressing Gender Imbalances at National Gallery of Australia By Emma-Kate Wilson, Canberra

Curators Elspeth Pitt and Jessi England talk about the National Gallery of Australia's Know My Name initiative.

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