By Juliet Jacques - 17 February 12:07
Digital technology has finally made it possible for Tristano to be printed as the author intended. But should it be judged on its central device alone?
By Juliet Jacques - 18 January 9:10
The first major exhibition of Hannah Höch is being held at the Whitechapel Gallery.
By Juliet Jacques - 13 December 11:37
Progress on their participation is being made – but not quickly enough.
By Juliet Jacques - 10 December 11:12
Georg Kaiser’s Expressionist morality tale at the National Theatre.
By Juliet Jacques - 12 November 11:10
Normally, once I'm comfortable with people I don't worry too much about ‘passing’– that is, hiding my transsexual past – but I'm not sure how to play this. Are they reading and treating me as male or female?
By Juliet Jacques - 18 September 10:16
A fascinating and funny dissection of the relationship between art and commerce.
By Juliet Jacques - 05 September 12:40
It's been a fraught year for relations between trans people and the British press, from Richard Littlejohn singling out transsexual teacher Lucy Meadows, to the reaction to Chelsea Manning's announcement.
By Juliet Jacques - 09 August 10:47
What if you could live your life over again?
By Juliet Jacques - 15 July 11:09
A tribute to a dying breed, and the narratives around him.
By Juliet Jacques - 09 July 11:45
Juliet Jacques on Deborah Levy's new essay.
By Juliet Jacques - 17 June 14:45
Asunder communicates its ideas, and their supporting cultural references, subtly and efficiently.
By Juliet Jacques - 03 June 15:06
Juliet Jacques returns to one of Britain’s best silent films.
By Juliet Jacques - 29 May 12:01
Juliet Jacques considers the changing meaning of a seminal work of performance art.
By Juliet Jacques - 16 May 16:22
An interview with McKenzie Wark.
By Juliet Jacques - 25 March 10:34
Some thoughts on their relationship in 2013.
By Juliet Jacques - 18 March 10:57
Neil McKenna’s book revisits one of Victorian Britain’s most explosive trials.
By Juliet Jacques - 12 March 15:06
An innovative "memoir" reassesses the place of women in modern literature.
By Juliet Jacques - 25 February 9:08
A new volume remembers "experimental" author B S Johnson as far more than a novelist.
By Juliet Jacques - 04 February 11:12
An interview with the cult author about Exodus, the final novel in his trilogy about philosophy and writing.
By Juliet Jacques - 16 January 8:30
When it comes to pronouns or gendered descriptors, it's better to allow people autonomy over their identities rather than impose your own preconceptions.
By Juliet Jacques - 13 January 12:34
Talkies took over, but as a form the silent movie stands the test of time.
By Juliet Jacques - 26 November 11:28
The Tate Modern’s new exhibition asks how painting and performance art met – and parted.
By Juliet Jacques - 13 November 9:27
Lissagaray’s seminal history is reissued – but why now?
By Juliet Jacques - 25 October 11:57
Juliet Jacques explores the complexities of "confessional" journalism.
By Juliet Jacques - 17 September 12:23
The legendary performance artist’s retrospective is lovingly documented on DVD.
By Juliet Jacques - 30 August 8:48
The former Norwich and Leicester star talks further about his mental health campaign.
By Juliet Jacques - 24 August 11:03
Non-conformist queer perspectives offer radical alternatives to notions of "success".
By Juliet Jacques - 30 July 11:34
Leeds United’s title win of 1992 was the last of its kind in many ways.
By Juliet Jacques - 11 July 13:14
The two towers are closer in ideology than iconography, but still worlds apart.
By Juliet Jacques - 05 July 15:34
A mysterious narrator, tricks of the mind and admirably pragmatic prose.