• PRINT February 2018

    Andrea Arrubla

    Brooklyn-based Andrea Arrubla is a Colombian visual artist and poet. She is a former student liaison at New York’s Bruce High Quality Foundation University (BHQFU), where she focused on community engagement and public programming. Her artwork has been featured in numerous exhibitions at New York galleries, including New Release, Essex Flowers, and 67.

  • PRINT January 2018

    Carlos Motta

    Carlos Motta is a New York–based artist whose work engages with histories of queer culture and activism. “Carlos Motta: Formas de libertad,” a survey of his career to date, is on view at the Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín, Colombia, through February 18, and his exhibition “The Crossing” is at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, through January 21.

  • PRINT November 2017

    Jibz Cameron

    Jibz Cameron (aka Dynasty Handbag) is a Los Angeles–based actor and artist working in performance and video. Cameron hosts a monthly Weirdo Night!—with experimental performance, video, and comedy—at various venues. On November 11, she will appear in the live soap opera Room for Cream as part of programming for “Trigger: Gender as a Tool and a Weapon” at the New Museum in New York.

  • PRINT October 2017

    Sarah Zapata

    Sarah Zapata makes work using time-consuming and labor-intensive processes such as handweaving, rope coiling, latch-hooking, and sewing to produce large-scale works that explore the feminine, the fetishized, and the handmade. Since August, she’s been working on an interactive installation at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York as part of the exhibition series “Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field,” on view through October 15.

  • PRINT September 2017

    Pendleton Ward

    Pendleton Ward created the television cartoon series Adventure Time (2010–). He is (I . . . I’m writing this) currently watching Blender tutorials on YouTube in pursuit of producing his own indie virtual-reality games. I (me . . . Pen) live in Los Angeles. (All illustrations by Pendleton Ward.)

  • PRINT Summer 2017

    Terre Thaemlitz

    Terre Thaemlitz is a multimedia producer, writer, public speaker, educator, audio remixer, and DJ based in Japan; she is also the owner of Comatonse Recordings. Her work combines a critical look at gender, sexuality, class, linguistics, ethnicity, and race with an ongoing analysis of the socioeconomics of commercial media production. He has released more than fifteen solo albums, as well as numerous twelve-inch singles and video works. Her writings on music and culture have been published internationally in a number of books, academic journals, and magazines. As a speaker on issues of nonessentialist

  • PRINT May 2017

    Ivana Bašić

    The work of New York–based Serbian artist Ivana Bašić was included in “Dreamlands: Immersive Cinema and Art, 1905–2016” at the Whitney Museum of American Art this past fall and “Without a Body” at Andrea Rosen Gallery in January. In 2016 she had shows at Annka Kultys Gallery in London, Nina Johnson in Miami, and Nogueras Blanchard in Barcelona. Bašić has upcoming solo exhibitions at New York’s Marlborough Contemporary and Signal in Brooklyn.

  • PRINT April 2017

    Sol Calero

    Sol Calero is a Venezuelan-born artist living in Berlin. She recently mounted solo exhibitions at Kunsthaus Bregenz in Austria and Art Basel. Forthcoming exhibitions include Preis der Nationalgalerie at Hamburger Bahnhof, Future Generation Art Prize at the Pinchuk Art Centre in Kiev, and the Folkestone Triennial in Kent, UK. Calero is a codirector of the project space Kinderhook & Caracas in Berlin and a founder of the television platform Conglomerate.

  • PRINT March 2017

    Richard Kennedy

    Richard Kennedy is an artist working in New York. In 2016 he presented the operas Comeuppance and Black Rage at Brooklyn’s Signal and the ballet BOTH at Artists Space in Manhattan. In February he curated the daylong festival “Index” at Knockdown Center in Queens and this month’s Sunday Session, “FROM.UNDER.ABOVE.,” at MoMA PS1, also in Queens. Kennedy is currently an artist in residence at POWRPLNT in Brooklyn.

  • PRINT February 2017

    Jun Takahashi

    Japanese designer Jun Takahashi founded clothing brand Undercover in 1990. A progenitor of the now-global streetwear movement, Undercover showed for the first time at Tokyo Fashion Week in 1994 and debuted in Europe at Paris Fashion Week in 2002. Numerous and wide-ranging collaborations include collections with Nike and Supreme; Undercover’s first comprehensive book was published by Rizzoli this past summer.

  • PRINT January 2017

    Women’s History Museum

    Women’s History Museum is an NYC-based multisensory clothing project by Amanda McGowan and Mattie Barringer. They presented their most recent collection, “Frauveldt,” at the Ukrainian National Home in New York in September; for their fourth season, WHM will further investigate the categories of clothing and women throughout time.

  • PRINT November 2016


    Founded by Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson, Emma Burgess-Olson (aka Umfang), and Christine McCharen-Tran in 2014, Discwoman is a New York–based collective and booking agency that showcases woman-identified and genderqueer DJs and producers. Discwoman has organized events in some fifteen cities, working with more than 150 DJs and producers to date.