Act Your Age -by Benjamin Naddaff-Hafrey

Still Processing - Whoopi

If I Were You: Perceptual Illusion of Body Swapping - by Valeria I. Petkova and H. Henrik Ehrsson

The Quantum Leap Effect: creating a body-swapping illusion -by Ed Young

Group Ehrsson: Brain, Body and Self Laboratory 


Hari Nef on the art of Nash Glynn

Ocean Vuong: "When I write, I feel larger than the limits of my body" 

The Toll of Hiding One's True Self (on Seán Hewitt by Alexander Chee)

The Limits of Trans Representation as We Know It -by Tal Milovina 

Harry Dodge, Big Bang (Song of the Cosmic Hobo) 

Ksenia Soboleva: Art Historian / Curator / Writer

Black Mirror's 'San Junipero' Is The Queer Love Story Television Needs -by Mo Johnson 

New Territories of Queer Separatism -by Risa Puleo

Finding the Future in Radical Rural America - guest editor Elizabeth Catte

Notes on Dyke Camp -by Mikaella Clements

A New Queer Abstractionist, Meet Artist Loren Britton -by Maya Chang

Nancy: Chella Man + Rebecca Sugar

When It Comes To Gender, Let Confusion Reign -by Holland Cotter

This Is Peta: The Gender Rebel and Heart Of Compassion During The AIDS Crisis 


A Body That is Ultra-Body: In Converstion with Fred Moten and Elysia Crampton

Review:Christina Quarles’ paintings blur boundaries and find freedom in the flesh -by David Pagel

Quarles’s Psychedelic Art Pushes the Human Form Beyond its Breaking Point -by Kate Wolf

Contemporary Art Review LA - The New Snap Review: Christina Quarles at Regen Projects 

Geoffrey Chadsey Electric Works Gallery Review -by Glen Helfand

Geoffrey Chadsey: That's Not It -by Ivan Talijancic

In the Studio with Didier William: “The Last Six Months Have Deeply Affected my Practice. I Came Back to the Body” -by Jason Stopa


Future Census Distributed -by The Wide Awakes

A Celebration of the Syllabus -by Hua Hsu

The Illusion Of Safety/The Safety Of Illusion -by Roxane Gay

Rookie Magazine: A Beginner’s Guide to Improv -by Sandy Honig

Tool for teaching folks how to say your name - NameCoach

The Seduction of Safety, on Campus and Beyond -by Roxane Gay

Making and Being, By Susan Jahoda and Caroline Woolard


The Black School


The Creative Independent

Alain de Botton

Common Field 

NYFA (New York Foundation for the Arts)

Creative Capitol List of Artist Opportunities 

Amy Sillman / Writings

Jessica Stockholder / Writings


Didier William on Painting a Revolution 

The Howardena Pindell Papers

Harry Dodge’s ‘My Meteorite’ Is Like a Wonderful Sculpture by Tal Milovina


Amy Sillman's Philosophy of Doubt by Tausif Noor

Burnaway Magazine : Notes On Inheriting by Francis Almedarez, Raquel Salas Rivera

Julia Jacquette - How Do I Make Paintings About Rage - Film by Daniel Carlson

Why Not Both -Podcast

Dark Matter -by Gregory Sholette 


Guston, Whiteness, and the Unfinished Business of the Vile World -by Steve Locke

The Empathy and Solidarity of Laura Aguilar’s Unbroken Gaze by Monica Uszerowicz

Women responding to Racism by Audre Lorde 

Make-Believe: Parafiction and Plausibility* by Carrie Lambert-Beatty

Likeing is For Cowards, Go For What Hurts. by Johnathan Franzen

You Can’t Have Me: Feminist Infiltrations in Object-Oriented Ontology -by Rebekah Sheldon

Unprecedented Times -by Amy Sillman

Art For Our Sake -by Dylan Tupper Rupert

The Radical Paintings of Laura Owens -by Peter Schjeidahl

Ironing Board Collective

Entire Books / Podcasts / Shows

Making and Being 

by BFAMFAPHD collective "We wrote this book for those of you who want a holistic art education that includes how to be both more fully present with yourself and with others. The term holistic means that the parts of any given system are intimately interconnected; that they are understandable only in relation to the whole system. How can you talk about making a new project without talking about labor conditions? How can you talk about labor conditions without talking about payment? It’s time to address your artistic labor, your budgets your storage units, your gifts, and your well-being."

Being Seen

Being Seen is an in-depth exploration of culture’s role in resolving the tension between how we are seen and how we see ourselves. Focused on the gay and queer Black male experience

Still Processing

Still Processing is about culture in the broadest sense. That means television, film, books, music — but also race, the culture of work, dating, the internet and how those all fit together. Join Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham as they work it out on Thursdays.


John despises his Alabama town and decides to do something about it. He asks a reporter to investigate the son of a wealthy family who’s allegedly been bragging that he got away with murder. But then someone else ends up dead, sparking a nasty feud, a hunt for hidden treasure, and an unearthing of the mysteries of one man’s life.

Whitechapel : Documents of Contemporary Art

Whitechapel Gallery and MIT Press form this editorial alliance, creating this series of books. Each volume in the series is a definitive anthology on a particular theme, practice, or concern that is of central significance to contemporary visual culture. The artists and writers included in these books, like the guest editors who conceive them, represent the diversity of perspectives, generations, and voices defining art today.


Natalie Wynn is an American YouTuber whose videos explore politics, gender, ethics, race, and philosophy on her channel ContraPoints. Wynn's videos cover political and social issues, often providing counterarguments to right-wing political argumentation.

Song Exploder

Musicians take apart their songs, and piece by piece, tell the story of how they were made. Each episode is produced and edited by host and creator Hrishikesh Hirway in Los Angeles.  Also see the Netflix show, especially REM, Losing My Religion.

Parkett Magazine

“A source of inspiration, reflection, revelation and delight … the multi-perspectival approach to writing; the puzzle-book spines; the finger on the pulse choice of artists; and the alluring programme of editions: these are the ingredients that make Parkett one of the most influential forces in post war art…”
-Iwona Blazwick, Director, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London