Archive for April, 2020

Joanna Pousette-Dart

“Strong experience of nature . . . is the necessary basis for all conception of art,” Paul Cézanne wrote in 1904. And in 1949 Clement Greenberg surmised that “Western painting has continued somehow to ... | Read More

“BECAUSE I WAS IN”

a pig stepped up to the mike & said save methe refrigerator door said helloErin zoomed I changed my shirtthe filter wouldn’t foldI said what’s going onhe said it’s Chinese it comes from ... | Read More

William Monk, Nigel Cooke, Nathalie du Pasquier, Yin Xiuzhen, Loie Hollowell

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VIRIONS: THINKING THROUGH THE SCALE OF AGGREGATION

HUMANS WAGE THEIR POLITICS WITH LANGUAGE: “Wuhan virus,” “Kung Flu,” “the Chinese virus.” And then come the material actions, such as a scapegoating racist who loads a thousand nanoscale virions—bits ... | Read More

May/June 2020

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hannah baer

PART OF THIS MEME, like a lot of memes I make, comes from conversations I was having in my head that were echoing conversations I was having or seeing happen in the world. One thing I kept thinking ... | Read More

Marina Abramović on Ulay

ULAY, MY FORMER PARTNER IN LOVE AND ART, died this year, and I lost a dear friend. He was an exceptional artist and human being who will be sorely missed by all who knew him and his work. We embarked ... | Read More

Francesco Vezzoli

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Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung on Santu Mofokeng

>  Only those Who have survived The final anaesthetization; Those who have enacted the final epilogue; Only those Have the prescient perception Of the inner idea of life And can partake of the spectral ... | Read More

Jana Euler

Slugs are conspicuously absent from the Western canon. Although their flashier cousins, snails, make occasional art-historical appearances—creeping around the margins of medieval manuscripts and below ... | Read More
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