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Frieze's April Issue 234.
This month's issue explores around idea of 'getting lost'. The meaning behind this - Spring is a time when we often wander outside on sunny days and have the chance to adventure. Within this issue, Alex Ayed speaks to Negar Azimi about sailing around the world; Evan Moffit details Guadalupe Maravilla, an artist who uses sound to transport sick people out of their bodies; and labyrinthologist icon Adrien Fisher discusses why we love a puzzling maze. Cover artist, Isaac Julien talks to Dr. Deborah Willis about his filmmaking practice and archive absences that continue to inspire him. Throughout the magazine, Frieze also touches on how Art helps us find ourselves again and again by investigating what has gone missing!