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Reincarnation in a Virtual World Ocula Conversation  |  Published in Partnership with Jane Lombard Gallery Lu Yang Imagines Reincarnation in a Virtual World By Barbara Pollack, New York

Artist Lu Yang discusses her current exhibition at Jane Lombard Gallery and recent inclusion in the Asia Society Triennial.

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Richard Bell Calls for a Reckoning Ocula Conversation Richard Bell Calls for a Reckoning By Emma-Kate Wilson, Sydney

Aboriginal Australian artist Richard Bell reflects on his largest solo exhibition yet, showing at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.

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Yhonnie Scarce: 'Australia is very good at forgetting the past' Ocula Conversation  |  Published in Partnership with ACCA Melbourne Yhonnie Scarce: 'Australia is very good at forgetting the past' By Daniel Browning, Melbourne

Yhonnie Scarce reflects on the themes running through her solo exhibition at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Missile Park.

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Natalie Rudd on Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women Since 1945 Ocula Conversation Natalie Rudd on Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women Since 1945 By Tessa Moldan, London

Natalie Rudd, Senior Curator of the Arts Council Collection, discusses the touring exhibition Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women Since 1945.

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Khadim Ali's Invisible Border Expands Tradition Ocula Conversation  |  Published In Partnership with Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane Khadim Ali's Invisible Border Expands Tradition By Liz Nowell, Brisbane

Khadim Ali discusses his latest body of work on view at Brisbane's Institute of Modern Arts, encompassing large-scale tapestries that reflect on the impacts of war and the normalisation of violence.

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Steven Lee: Growing with Artists at Asia Art Center Ocula Conversation  |  Sponsored Content | Asia Art Center Steven Lee: Growing with Artists at Asia Art Center By Tessa Moldan, Taipei

Steven Lee, Managing Director of Asia Art Center (Taipei), talks about the gallery's new headquarters.

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Christine Sun Kim and Niels Van Tomme Activate New Possibilities Ocula Conversation Christine Sun Kim and Niels Van Tomme Activate New Possibilities By Stephanie Bailey, Brussels

Artist Christine Sun Kim and ARGOS director Niels Van Tomme reflect on their curatorial work that foregrounds concepts of accessibilityin art.

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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

On the eve of her exhibition at STATION in Melbourne, Nell talks to curator Natalie King about meditation, Zen, and AC/DC.

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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 around magic and capitalism 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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