July 2022

July 2022

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July 5, 2022
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Under the Cover
Artforum writers and editors take you deeper into the world of the past season’s cover artists. All Under the Cover videos are available for viewing online at artforum.com.

Ed Halter in conversation with the Otolith Group
“There’s a certain mode of power that doesn’t want to be named and that trades in opacity, trades in spectrality, and hides in the shadows. And sometimes you need an opaque language to name an opaque system of power.” —Kodwo Eshun

David Velasco in conversation with Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen
“The point of the title is that men can choose not to be dogs.” —Emmelyn Butterfield-Rosen

Lloyd Wise in conversation with Gala Porras-Kim
“I’m a product of institutions. I grew up in them. I learned about our history in museums. I can’t escape the bubble I am coming from.” —Gala Porras-Kim

Alex Jovanovich in conversation with Iiu Susiraja
“I like punchy photographs that hit your consciousness straight away, but I also don’t want them to be too easy....I like that the viewer cannot quite fully grasp, ever, who I am.” —Iiu Susiraja

David Velasco in conversation with Rosalind E. Krauss
“Well, I think that narcissism is just inevitable for critics.” —Rosalind E. Krauss 

David Velasco in conversation with Anne Imhof
“The piece when it’s presented the first time, it’s not yet there somehow. It comes together in the course of the different iterations, of the different evenings.” —Anne Imhof

David Velasco in conversation with Malik Gaines, Jade Gordon, and Alexandro Segade
“We all were thinking about how play can be very serious work....In some of the radical theater we studied, play is rehearsal for the revolution.” —Malik Gaines

David Velasco in conversation with Joyce Kozloff
“I would say, you know, for me, the impetus for all this was feminism.” —Joyce Kozloff

David Velasco in conversation with Lauren Halsey
“I loved this idea of just constantly remixing my neighborhood....it felt very—almost like mythic and powerful.” —Lauren Halsey

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