Mousse Magazine

  1. Soshiro Matsubara: LoveSick

    by Gabriela Acha   The philosopher Alain Badiou regards love as a construction of the perspective of two, starting with the very moment after which the world is experienced in a new and different way. A widespread understanding of romantic love is one absorbed in this miraculous and existentially intense encounter, which is sometimes compared […]

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  2. “A Woman Looking at Men Looking at Women” at Muzeum Susch

    Kasia Redzisz and Francesco Tenaglia in conversation   The inaugural exhibition at Muzeum Susch—located in a small village in Switzerland’s Engadin valley, in an ancient monastery that has been exquisitely renovated and enlarged—takes its name from an essay by the US writer Siri Hustvedt. The presentation concerns the feminine in visual art (with a prevalent, […]

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  3. Zombie Formalism, Neo Ex, and the Market as Critic

    by Allan Gardner   In the almost half a decade following Walter Robinson’s coining of the term, the stylistic period to which Zombie Formalism is applied and the implications of this term have been the subject of regular review, dredged up and shone with the bright light of hindsight’s critical gaze. There has been a […]

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  4. An Unpardonable Mannerism of Style

    by Rose Vickers   Daniela Rossell, Untitled (Ricas y Famosas), 2002. Courtesy: the artist and Greene Naftali, New York   How can ideas of participation and “vestedness” inform a long-standing art theoretical debate on the relationship between aesthetics, ethics, and utility, with reference to particular aspects of art practice? There’s a quite-famous scene in the […]

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