This edition of Three Jawns explores the complicated pulse of Jan Wolkers’ Turkish Delight, the stirring cult hit documentary Wild, Wild Country, and Ann Hamilton’s at hand, a paper-based installation that resonates through emptiness.
Arnaud Théval photographs French prisons after they’ve been emptied of inmates — and Sarah Rose Etter interviews him about the project, what he’s uncovered, and explores the prison industrial complex alongside an examination of his book.
Six endless rooms and 70 pieces of art span the life of Yayoi Kusama in this intense, playful exhibit. However, looking closer at the artist’s past, something a bit darker emerges.
Today marks the release of Pissed Jeans’ fifth album. Over lunch, lead singer Matt Korvette talks about working with Lindsay Hunter, Lydia Lunch, and the process of creating Why Love Now.
In a bar in New York City, the author opens up about his latest collection, A Collapse of Horses, psychology, and dreams.
Liz Harris of Grouper in conversation with Sarah Rose Etter about composition, inspiration, and control, upon the release of her latest recording, Paradise Valley, out today.
The latest installation of Three Jawns tackles the latest in democracy, a stone labyrinth built by Harvey Fite, and the paper bag distortion of Philadelphia’s Dolores.