What differences does the idea of the digital make? Stamatia Portanova’s book Moving Without a Body, recently published in MIT Press "Technologies of Lived Abstraction" series, offers a provocative [...]
Recently reading again the essay by Nicolas Bourriaud, Post Production. The culture comme scénario: comment l'art reprogramme le monde contemporain, I have found this excerpt of Mode d'emploi du détournement by Guy Debord, which to [...]
Realities: United is a Berlin based studio founded in 2000 by brothers Jan and Tim Edler, dealing with the contiunuous experimentation of the ephemeral boundaries between digital art and architecture. The studio, by now very [...]
Helen Mirra and Ernst Karel’s quadraphonic sound installation Hourly directional sound recording, Mata Atlântica, Brazil (2012) is composed of location recordings made during eleven days of walking in remnants [...]
A project revolving around the Chicano collective Asco, who from 1972 through 1987 realized numerous interventions in public spaces. Asco’s performances in and around East LA resembled scenes from [...]
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