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Buried deep in the hard drive of our genetic code, and in the cloud of our unconscious, we roam the earth guided by hidden, unlearned impulses. Although we are barely an evolutionary leap from our simian antecedents, our primitive instincts still guide us in profound ways. This issue is a dark and seductive Jungian exploration of these buried, hereditary desires pulsating just under the surface. How do we break out of the hive mind and listen to our intuition? Visionary filmmaker and artist Harmony Korine speaks to Hans Ulrich Obrist about his upcoming exhibition of paintings at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles, based on film stills from his new movie Aggro Dr1ft created using video game engines. An unprecedented conversation between Queercore legend Gregg Araki and the Pope Of Trash, John Waters on the occasion of Waters’ major retrospective and screening of Araki’s Teenage Apocalypse Trilogy at The Academy Museum. Transgressive artists Paul McCarthy and Judith Bernstein discuss the American Nightmare. Estelle Hoy writes about Martine Syms on the occasion of her first solo exhibition at Sprüth Magers, with portraits by Kennedi Carter. Lifelong friends Devendra Banhart and Isabelle Albuquerque discuss their own interpretations of instinct. Jeffrey Deitch interviews Hajime Sorayama on his seductive female robot paintings and sculptures.