Czech Republic

Railway workers, skiving soldiers, and nostalgic composers feature in this selection of four Czech artworks.

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Fever Ray

A tangle of timbres, from whistling synths to pattered percussion, emerge on Fever Ray's ghostly debut album.

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Xhosa

Activism and inspirational women feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Xhosa'.

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Intersections

A floating cube casts geometric shadows against walls in this sculpture by Anila Quayyum Agha.

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Alias Grace

A Victorian media sensation convicted of murder tells her story in this historical novel by Margaret Atwood.

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Interview: Annie Hart

'Art can revise and elucidate history.' We talk to Annie Hart, musician and member of Au Revoir Simone.

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Albania

Mountaineering, history lessons, and the Kanun feature in this selection of four Albanian artworks.

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Junkyard

Scrap hawkers and giant steel statues feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Junkyard'.

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Interview: Nadifa Mohamed

'Art can be full or devoid of meaning.' We talk to Nadifa Mohamed, author of Black Mamba Boy.

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Vietnam

Floating utopias and livestock-led livelihoods feature in this selection of four Vietnamese artworks.

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Radio-Activity

Kraftwerk act as self-styled scientists on this album, and their electronic experiments crackle with energy.

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Secession

Mythical beasts and aerial dystopias feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Secession'.

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Braid

Tim, wannabe knight in shining armour, negotiates a non-linear timeline in this tricky puzzle game.

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Wonderland

A narcissistic doctor understands brain surgery but not people in this visceral novel by Joyce Carol Oates.

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Interview: Smith Henderson

'In film, empathy is optional.' We talk to Smith Henderson, award-winning author of Fourth of July Creek.

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Ukraine

Weapon-wombed creatures and camera trickery feature in this selection of four Ukrainian artworks.

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Belleville Rendez-vous

An elderly woman and her dog square up against the mafia in this offbeat animated film by Sylvain Chomet.

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