Fashioning ersatz artifacts and museological displays, two artists dispense with individual authorship to inhabit the “speculative nature of history” with an eye on the future.
Life and sculpture as passage.
Dialectics of mass and void.
Sculpture and installation that make memory present.
Connecting real space and virtual images.
While taking a road trip across the US, the German artist reveals how digital technology, humor, and the human body inform his paintings and installations.
Building a possible portrait of Chelsea Manning from DNA.
“I take myself, my drawings, and this little bundle of creative forces that is me, and I try to make a chemical reaction with the world.”—Swoon
Performance as a poetry of long duration.
A unique art catalogue mixes text with text.
Challenging the nature of things.
“I gave myself this education on my own eye and on my own instincts. I was trying to find a place of resonance.”
The artist talks about dismantling street advertisements and their infrastructure.
Contending with Robin Evans and the limits of architectural drawing.
The oil barrels Ourahmane shipped from Algeria to the UK became the first artwork legally exported from her home country since 1962. Her practice engages escape and displacement narratives.
The artist talks about how language documents stability and change across cultures.
Remembering Mike Kelley.