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  1. The (ir)reversibility of the things existing all around us: Teresa Cos’s “Measure of Disorder” at Argos, Brussels

    by Huib Haye van der Werf   The Measure of Disorder, presented at Argos Centre for Art and Media in Brussels, is a two-channel film and sound installation by artist Teresa Cos, which follows the trail of Austrian scientist Ludwig Boltzmann (1844–1906) on his last journey through the Alps before his tragic suicide. In doing […]

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  2. Amar Kanwar “Such a Morning” at Marian Goodman Gallery, New York

    Amar Kanwar, Laura Raicovich, Kaelen Wilson-Goldie and Nitin Sawhney in conversation   After the screening of his film titled “Such a Morning” presented at UnionDocs in Brooklyn—in association with The Vera List Center for Art and Politics—Indian artist and filmmaker Amar Kanwar held a conversation with writer and art worker Laura Raicovich, critic and writer Kaelen Wilson-Goldie and Nitin Sawhney, Assistant Professor of Media Studies at The New School (New York). The dialogue below […]

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  3. The Randomness of All These Things Is Actually Really Precise: Sarah Sze

    Sarah Sze and Isabella Zamboni in Conversation   Immersing the spectator in site-specific installations that she herself compares to “studio visits,” both intimate and in flux, US artist Sarah Sze combines intricate systems of objects and images across multiple mediums, from sculpture to painting, drawing, printmaking, and video. On the occasion of her first solo […]

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  4. A Fantasy Blossoming Proudly: Robert Henke and Craig Richards

    Craig Richards and Robert Henke  in conversation with Matteo Canetta   After the closing night of the series I WANT TO LIKE YOU BUT I FIND IT DIFFICULT—the curated musical events at Fondazione Prada—Craig Richards and Robert Henke (Monolake) discuss the intersections between music technology, architecture and performance.   Matteo Canetta: Craig, what can you […]

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