Artist Tony Bluestone talks about the existential condition of the Wet Paint sign.
Meditator Kate Johnson explores the connection between car horns and anonymous comment sections.
Activist and filmmaker Jacques Servin talks about shoplifting in airports.
Artist and baker Andrew Hawkes talks about bouncing around pixelated mansions.
Violinist Alicia Svigals talks about the erotics of dishwashing.
Comedian John Early talks about blooper reel politics and the challenges of performing sleep.
Choreographer Miguel Gutierrez talks about the beauty of confident mistakes and what you can learn about people by how they handle fruit.
Cartoonist Roz Chast talks about arsenic-infused wallpaper and the occasional dutifulness of “I love you, too.”
Cultural critic Robert Reid-Pharr considers the existential choice between elapsed time and time remaining on the elliptical.
Choreographer Karen Sherman talks about the politics of applause and the olfactory landscape of the stage.