You Kurt Me Mongrel

Read More  |  21.05.20  |  Article by Victor Boullet  |  Art, culture

An open letter from artist Victor Boullet to gallerist Ian Hunter

Digital Curating: It Starts with a Hyperlink

Read More  |  3.05.20  |  Article by Mazzy-Mae Green and Hanwen Liu  |  Art, culture

When a hyperlink is clicked, it triggers an on-screen redirection toward a stated Uniform Resource Locator, or URL. This action, though minuscule and often disregarded, is significant in its symbolism of virtuality, and of what virtual curating can offer us. These worlds do not exist in the present, and they are not physically reachable spaces. Instead, they can be found in a life-world that is dissimilar to our own, by switching on an electronic device, connecting to the internet, and allowing a coded set of events to take us on a journey through an art space.

A discussion on virtual exhibitions from the curators of Vivien Rothwell: Echoes of Nature

Sonic Truth: A Q&A With Raymond Pettibon

Read More  |  24.02.20  |  Article by Modern Matter  |  Art, culture, interview  |  MM17

Interview with Raymond Pettibon by Modern Matter
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“Not Believing In It Is One Method” Hans Ulrich Obrist in conversation with Albert Oehlen

Read More  |  24.02.20  |  Article by Hans Ulrich Obrist  |  Art, culture, interview  |  MM17

Hans Ulrich Obrist in conversation with Albert Oehlen
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“The Artist Is the Messenger Who Shoots Himself” A conversation with Xu Zhen

Read More  |  24.02.20  |  Article by Dal Chodha  |  Art, interview  |  MM17

Interview with Xu Zhen by Dal Chodha

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“I Want for My Work to Have Several Lives” Torey Thornton

Read More  |  20.02.20  |  Article by Alex Bennett  |  Art, culture, interview  |  MM17

Interview with Torey Thornton by Alex Bennett
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If You Censor Yourself, You’re Fucked : An Interview with Larry Clark

Read More  |  20.02.20  |  Article by Adam Zhu  |  interview  |  MM17

Interview with Larry Clark by Adam Zhu
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Paulina Olowska : Destroyed Woman, discussion with Michal Wisniewski

Read More  |  20.02.20  |  Article by Alex Bennett  |  Art, culture, interview  |  MM17

“Now I realise I am trying to depict women who embody a specific or strong virtue that could talk or persuade the viewer into seeing, thinking and believing she has a secret knowledge.”

Interview with Paulina Olowska by Alex Bennett
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