Artist and director Steve McQueen was joined online by Artangel Co-Director James Lingwood to discuss the artist’s work with Artangel over the years.

McQueen first collaborated with Artangel on Caribs’ Leap / Western Deep, an immersive cinematic installation that was premiered in the UK at the Lumiere Cinema in London in 2002. In 2016, McQueen installed a new sculpture – Weight – in a cell in Reading Prison as part of Artangel’s project, Inside. The collaboration continued with Year 3, which, in 2019, resulted in one of the most ambitious visual portraits of citizenship ever undertaken.
Since January 2012, the Kunsthistorisches Museum has been inviting leading figures from the world of Modern and Contemporary art to spend time at the museum and speak publicly about their responses to it. Here, Steve McQueen is in conversation with Jasper Sharp, November 2019.

Steve McQueen in conversation with Nicholas Serota as a part of Groundwork, 2018

An exhibition of McQueen’s films 'Gravesend' (2007) and 'Unexploded' (2007) was presented for Groundwork at CAST in Helston, from 5 May to 3 June. To coincide with the final day of this exhibition, Steve McQueen discussed his work in conversation with Nicholas Serota, former Director of Tate, at the Plaza Cinema, Truro.
Steve McQueen discusses past and future film projects with Hamza Walker, Director of LAXART, and Donna De Salvo, Deputy Director for International Initiatives and Senior Curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art, at this Artist's Voice talk at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston on Nov. 4, 2017

April 29, 2016: Steve McQueen and Donna DeSalvo in Conversation from Whitney Museum of American Art on Vimeo.

April 29, 2016: Artist and filmmaker Steve McQueen speaks about his work with Donna De Salvo, Deputy Director for International Initiatives and Senior Curator at the Museum. For the exhibition Open Plan, McQueen created a newly expanded version of his work End Credits, which presents documents from the FBI file kept on the legendary African-American performer Paul Robeson.

Steve McQueen and Dr. Cornel West on Paul Robeson, Art, and Politics from Whitney Museum of American Art on Vimeo.

In conjunction with 'Open Plan: Steve McQueen', Steve McQueen is joined by Dr. Cornel West for this discussion on the career and legacy of legendary singer, actor, and political activist Paul Robeson. This event occurred on May Day, a traditional springtime festival and international day honoring workers.
McQueen is joined by Stuart Comer, the new chief curator of media and performance art at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.