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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 and member 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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Angela Su's Body and Mind in Venice Ocula Conversation Angela Su's Body and Mind in Venice By Yasmin Afschar, Zürich

Angela Su on crafting alter egos, mixing fact and fiction, and acts of levitation in her work on view at the Hong Kong Pavilion in Venice.

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ruangrupa: a sustainable model for documenta fifteen, and after Ocula Conversation ruangrupa: a sustainable model for documenta fifteen, and after By Mi You, Düsseldorf

documenta fifteen's artistic direction reflects on this year's focus on building sustainable art ecosystems.

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Rashid Johnson: Creating Agency Through Collision Ocula Conversation Rashid Johnson: Creating Agency Through Collision By Michael Rooks, Atlanta

Rashid Johnson speaks with curator Michael Rooks about the personal and collective aspects that motivate his practice.

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Dawoud Bey: Remembering Louisiana and the Mississippi River Ocula Conversation Dawoud Bey: Remembering Louisiana and the Mississippi River By Sarah Meister, Chicago

Dawoud Bey on photography as portraiture of history and capturing the legacies of African-American landscapes.

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Guadalupe Maravilla Connects Healing Practices from East to West Ocula Conversation Guadalupe Maravilla Connects Healing Practices from East to West By Jareh Das, Sandvika

Guadalupe Maravilla on political asylum, surviving cancer, and the physical traumas carried by the body.

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Leiko Ikemura: 'I prefer to leave unfinished traces of imperfection' Ocula Conversation Leiko Ikemura: 'I prefer to leave unfinished traces of imperfection' By Arianna Mercado, Tokyo

Leiko Ikemura shares her approach to materials, including her most recent glass sculptures on view at ShugoArts in Tokyo.

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Yuki Kihara's Paradise Camp Ocula Conversation Yuki Kihara's Paradise Camp By Natalie King, Venice

Yuki Kihara represents the Pacific art community at the 59th Venice Biennale.

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Sheelasha Rajbhandari and Hit Man Gurung take Nepal to Venice Ocula Conversation Sheelasha Rajbhandari and Hit Man Gurung take Nepal to Venice By Cosmin Costinas, Venice

The first Nepal Pavilion positions Southeast Asia and the Himalayan regions on the global art scene.

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Pilvi Takala: 'for Close Watch, discomfort acts as a guiding feeling' Ocula Conversation Pilvi Takala: 'for Close Watch, discomfort acts as a guiding feeling' By Christina Li, Venice

Pilvi Takala introduces Close Watch previewing at the Finnish Pavilion.

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Cosmin Costinas: A Walk Through the Kathmandu Triennale Ocula Conversation Cosmin Costinas: A Walk Through the Kathmandu Triennale By Stephanie Bailey, Kathmandu

Cosmin Costinas charts the unique trajectory of the 4th Kathmandu Triennale in Nepal.

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Pélagie Gbaguidi: The Body as Archive Ocula Conversation Pélagie Gbaguidi: The Body as Archive By Jareh Das, Antwerp

At Zeno X Gallery, Pélagie Gbaguidi connects colonial legacies with the present in textiles, drawings, and paintings.

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Igshaan Adams on Mapping Desire Lines Ocula Conversation Igshaan Adams on Mapping Desire Lines By Tarini Malik, Zürich

Igshaan Adams is known for intricate tapestries that weave narratives drawn from growing up in Cape Town during apartheid.

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Hetti Perkins Introduces the 4th National Indigenous Art Triennial Ocula Conversation Hetti Perkins Introduces the 4th National Indigenous Art Triennial By Natalie King, Canberra

Hetti Perkins speaks with Natalie King on the occasion of the 4th National Indigenous Art Triennial.

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Shubigi Rao Maps Linguistic Diversity at the Venice Biennale Ocula Conversation Shubigi Rao Maps Linguistic Diversity at the Venice Biennale By Tessa Moldan, Venice

Shubigi Rao shares her project for the Singapore Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, which explores the history of book destruction.

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Ellen Lesperance Merges Knitting With Paint to Extend Activist Archives Ocula Conversation Ellen Lesperance Merges Knitting With Paint to Extend Activist Archives By Stephanie Seidel, Miami

Ellen Lesperance's material protests transform archival images into paintings of knitwear once worn by female activists.

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Ted Gahl: 'Abstraction is a Starting Point' Ocula Conversation Ted Gahl: 'Abstraction is a Starting Point' By Tessa Moldan, London

At MAMOTH, Ted Gahl presents his latest paintings, where personal imagery has been consolidated into a poetic style.

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