In the confessional with Jodie Foster and David Sedaris Surveying dialects, dogs, death, and dating, the actor and writer meet for the first time to swap abrupt, intimate observations

“Normalize dying”: a new wave of millennial morticians are overturning society’s death taboo Historically dominated by staunch traditionalists, the funeral industry is overdue for disruption

The coterie of cardistry In London, Cardistry Con’s 2023 edition saw the craft contending with its relationship with magic and deliberating new methods of recruitment

Inside the incelosphere, where the lonely get lonelier SergeantIncel, founder of on the nuances of the internet’s most despised subculture

Cillian Murphy and Geoff Dyer evaluate the cross-medium art of observation Years ago, the actor requested the cinematic rights to the writer’s ‘Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi’—here, they revisit the proposal

Age, anger, and anxiety: The doctrine of Sleaford Mods Following the release of ‘UK GRIM,’ Jason Williamson and Andrew Fearn disclose why they’ll keep going until they “drop dead”

Water sommelier Martin Riese will not be drinking LaCroix this summer Meet the unlikely specialist making the case for boiling pasta in mineral water—and giving filtered water to your dog

Jimmy DeSana, an iconoclast even within the ’70s avant-garde, is finally entering mainstream consciousness Laurie Simmons and Drew Sawyer discuss the late artist’s AIDS-era collages in a portfolio

In Daniel Arnold’s New York, everyone is God Ahead of the publication of his zine for New York Life Gallery, the photographer ruminates on the philosophies of his practice

Anicka Yi’s paintings are living, autonomous creatures Following her ‘ÄLñ§ñ’ exhibition, the artist joins Hans-Ulrich Obrist to discuss why art and science should mingle

‘Titanic Depression’ is not a parody Following a two-night run of her show at Pioneer Works, Jibz Cameron philosophizes on Jack and Rose, tragedy addiction, and the nature of performance

Uncovering the photographic archive of Allen Ginsberg The Beat poet is recontextualized through his own lens, portraiting the likes of Iggy Pop, Gus Van Sant, William S. Burroughs, Kathy Acker, and Ai Weiwei

Kevin Abstract and Charles Atlas interrogate physical realities in digital fantasies The musician and the artist meet for the first time to explore the evolving principles and practices of video-making

‘Workflow’ interrogates repetitive and embodied violence
Ahead of the exhibition’s opening, Jenson Leonard expounds upon his film’s intent, and muse on the compassion of comedy

The subversive queer subtext behind ‘The White Lotus’ From Wilhelm von Gloeden to Oscar Wilde, the series hides a secret in plain sight: the untold history of Sicily’s gay destination Taormina

In ‘Whirlpool,’ Jim Goldberg examines the spirit of the small-town South The photographer uncovers the nuance of the working-class life along Arkansas’s White River

Water From Your Eyes is expert in the art of accident
Ahead of the release of ‘Everyone’s Crushed,’ Rachel Brown and Nate Amos unpack their unintentional self-prophesying and extrapolate the record’s many meanings

The tender anger of IDLES Joe Talbot and Mark Bowen discuss the making of ‘Crawler’

Adam Green will never grow up The Moldy Peaches frontman and self-proclaimed “Jewish James Dean” Adam Green discusses his straight-to-YouTube “Aladdin” film, digital musks, and dressing like Robin Hood

In ‘Inside,’ art informs character Curator Leonardo Bigazzi joins Document expands on the film’s collection—reflecting upon the experience of art through the screen and the ways in which it constructs its own narrative

Model/Actriz’s ‘Dogsbody’ is an emotional map of New York
Vocalist Cole Haden expounds upon the debut record’s influences, contextualize his suffering, and detail his pursuit of translating life to cabaret

Niia and Michael Imperioli philosophize on the generosity of art The musician and the actor meet as benefactors of one another’s work, discussing the transcendence born from opening the self