Leora Fridman interviews The Feminist Health Care Research Group Berlin (FHCRG) who engage a constellation of topics around the politics of illness and healthcare.
Artist Jess T. Dugan and social worker Vanessa Fabbre’s “To Survive on This Shore” documents the vibrancy and plurality of transgender and gender nonconforming elders across the United States.
About the ‘Feeling of Being in Transition’ – Performing the Archive: A Conversation with Clarissa Thieme about her Film “Today Is 11th June 1993”
Creating and Maintaining a Robust Arts Scene in Rural Wisconsin: An Interview with Donna Neuwirth of the Wormfarm Institute
Rachele Krivichi speaks with Wormfarm Institute co-founder Donna Neuwirth on intersections of farming and artistic communities, the upcoming DTour biennial, and the increased attention given to rural practices post-2016 election.
Jillian Steinhauer speaks with artist Chloë Bass about institutional care, intimacy and anti-empathy, what it means to be political, and more alongside her current exhibition, The Book of Everyday Instruction, at Knockdown Center.
This is the Gallery and the Gallery is Many Things: A Conversation with Gavin Wade of Eastside Projects
Ahead of its ten year anniversary and impending reopening, Eastside Projects Director Gavin Wade speaks with The Luminary caretaker (and Temporary editor) James McAnally on the Birmingham-based artist run multiverse’s compelling vision of an intuitive arts institution, the urgencies of independent arts organizing post-Brexit, and how art offers space for reflection, speculation, and action upon our complex present.
Valentina Sansone interviews London-based collaborative, They Are Here, about civic practice, precarity, and their recent projects on contract work and speculative finance at Tate Modern and Konsthall C.