by Travis Jeppesen
In his “studio,” a contemplative space deep in a drainpipe by the Vilnia River, young Lithuanian artist Augustas Serapinas describes his itinerant, ad hoc practice.
"No one does shit like Bradley. Probably no one else is brave enough." Read more
The enduring legacy of Tehching Hsieh, who will represent Taiwan at the Venice Biennale this year, rests on five grueling yearlong performances that he completed in New York between 1978 and 1986. Read more
Wang Bing’s long-duration films scrutinize life on the economic margins of his native China. Read more
The supernatural is utterly natural in the films of Apichatpong Weerasethakul, who brings experimental techniques to bear on the intermingling of myth and daily life in provincial Thailand. Read more
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