PERFORMING CULTURE: Interns of the Biennale

Article by Elvia Pyburn-Wilk – in Berlin; Monday, July 4, 2011.

The supposed panoramic viewpoint of the Venice Biennale attempts to simultaneously transcend nationalism and promote diversity. In this all-encompassing wash, it’s hard to find a focal point for any kind of critical discussion that doesn’t follow prescribed rhetoric. But there are still out-of-focus areas, cracks in the gigantic institutional apparatus by which the exhibition runs…[read on…]

Slow As Molasses, Faster Than 2GB Ram

A curated selection of artwork from Culturehall with essay by Corinna Kirsch for Berlin Art LinkHere’s a lie: The misfortune of the present is that it will become the future’s past. The artworks selected for this exhibition disprove that the past is a miserable precursor to the present, simultaneously mixing past and present technologies…[read on…]