Two writers respond to an artwork that they are experiencing for the first time.
A floating cube casts geometric shadows against walls in this sculpture by Anila Quayyum Agha.
Two construction workers contemplate nuclear warfare in this short film by John and Faith Hubley.
Tim, wannabe knight in shining armour, negotiates a non-linear timeline in this tricky puzzle game.
A pub car park becomes a meeting ground for young children in this playful short film by Taika Waititi.
A boy and a balloon navigate the streets of Paris in this charming short film by Albert Lamorisse.
A birth is depicted via alliteration and assonance in this performance poem by Gabrielle Tuloup.
Sarah Abu Abdallah treats a battered car to a new coat of pink paint in this incisive work of video art.
Jorge Luis Borges explores an encyclopaedia of apocryphal planets in this enigmatic short story.
Crustaceans become constellations as sea and stars intertwine in this mixed media painting by Aelita Andre.
Overworked and under surveillance, Guy Delisle chronicles his trip to North Korea in this graphic novel.
Three homeless people discover an abandoned infant on Christmas Eve in this riotous anime by Satoshi Kon.
A flock of faeries give a troubled woman a chance for escape in this short story by Mansoura Ez-Eldin.
Millions of black threads adorn an abandoned concert hall in this installation by Chiharu Shiota.
Mao Zedong meets a series of faceless political figures in this enigmatic collection of sketches by Hung Liu.
Patricia Smith channels the violence and bigotry of a white supremacist in this striking performance poem.
Three young women recount their sexual experiences in this candid work of video art by Eija-Liisa Ahtila.
Awol Erizku scores a septuple slam dunk with this sculptural sequence of gold-plated basketball hoops.
The womb becomes a sanctum and a storehouse of unspoken words in this evocative poem by Jordie Albiston.
Two figures don hazmat suits and share an umbilical-cord-like bond in this eccentric artwork by Lygia Clark.
Robots act as inhospitable hosts in this wine-swilling (and spilling) sculpture by Adriana Salazar.
A sharply dressed man packs an unexpected accessory in this photograph by Kudzanai Chiurai.
Martha Rosler flicks, snaps, and stabs her way through an A to Z of utensils in this scathing cookery show satire.