• Interview with Bix Archer

    I probably could have had a better answer to "Why should we paint?"

    It engages the body.
  • Hyung Cho on Slow Films

    After you watch the movie you have some kind of experience. You are still affected by the film afterwords. This kind of movie makes me appreciate my life a little more. It maybe makes me more sensitive to tiny things. Or even bigger things other than myself. It’s good for my mental health.
  • A moment with creators of Haunter

    Before we developed Haunter, students had mostly relied on Yik Yak as its tool of choice for campus-wide information, and after that, Instagram became a popular outlet for stories like these, but to my knowledge, Haunter was the first app specifically developed to share the stories of victims.
  • Interview (or a casual roommate conversation) with Kristoffer Ala-Ketola

    Whenever someone tries to be objective about their work, it feels alienating. If the gesture of making is already there, then why hide it? Why hide that it’s me who makes the gesture?
  • Catching up with Sarah Hahm

    Theatre desires to be collaborative. You can’t do a show if you don’t have an understanding of visuals. You can’t do a show if you don’t have an understanding of tempo and pace. A work becomes strong when you translate ideas through a variety of artistic languages.
  • Interview with Michael Wang

    I can craft an illusion in somebody else’s mind where they think that something’s there but it’s actually not.
  • Interview with Bill Wurtz

    i realized that if there really is infinite creative potential, then you can literally just start with anything, like rabbit snakes
  • A moment with Caroline S

    Corn, for example, started out as a little grass. It evolved, and we evolved with it. It’s now a huge crop that dominates industry, food production, and even gasoline today. But it started as a small plant that humans noticed and decided to cultivate.