On the occasion of Laurie Anderson's Summer tour 2023, we revisit her video work "Difficult Listening Hour". And honour this Grand Dame of Sound and the Sensual.
A twenty-first century Turner. A green Renaissance. Politics and theatre, home and commerce. Past becoming immediate present. The exhibition Avant l’orage (Before The Storm) at Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Collection shows prophetic oeuvres comprising all media, subjects, perspectives, and interpretations.
Multimedia, multiform, multi-fun: Christian Marclay
Christian Marclay's exhibition at the Centre Pompidou exhibition is a voyage into film and music history as it is into a very particular artistic mind. Conceptual, graphic, sensual, the works explore the edge(ine)ss of the relation between music and visual art.
Mona Hatoum: Berlin Retrospective
How to arrive at such a reduced language? Yet so intense. Mona Hatoum investigates geo- and sociopolitical conditions and conflicts, Her retrospective at three Berlin institutions presents her varied and poetic oeuvre.
Mimosa Echard: Sporal
Mimosa Echard’s solo exhibition Sporal at Palais de Tokyo ended on September 4, 2022. The open-source video-game accompanying the exhibition can be downloaded via www.sporal.net. Get the review/teaser here!
Sasha Svirsky’s films combine 90s computer aesthetics with drawing, electronic music with speech, and critique with imagination. Deep thoughts meet dreaming, dry humor meets pure fun: Stroboscope colour explosions in black and white.
Venice Diaries X: Zinaida. Without Women
Venice Diaries, Episode X: The exhibition 'Without Women' highlights the nowadays ‘other’ sex. And shows a way of life very few of us would otherwise experience or even know about.
Venice Diaries IX: Lita Albuquerque. Liquid Light￼￼
Venice Diaries, Episode IX: Lita Albuquerque’s exhibition 'Liquid Light' takes you on a journey. An emotional message transmitted through sound, visuals, colour, form, and light.
Sim Chi Yin’s solo exhibition "One Day We’ll Understand" at Zilbermann Gallery, Berlin, addresses the 1948-60 guerrilla war in British Malaya. The artist combines research and artistic practice, a historical with a personal approach. A show to be visited – both with regard to esthetics and subject!