The creation of art is often dialogic. An artist establishes a connection with the material world or an interior discourse and produces a work in response. The work of the Berlin-based Mexican artist Manuel Solano is dialogic in both this metaphoric sense of the term…[read on]
Artists create important works in times of crisis, like Bahar Kaygusuz and Eva Vuillemin where they have found a solution during this precarious isolation. ‘Corona Chronicles’ is an evolving photographic dialogue…[read on]
Filmmaker Sandra Heremans addresses collective memory, personal history and decolonizing consciousness in her film ‘The Yellow Mazda and His Holiness’. The filmic essay tells the story of her parents, a Belgian…[read on]
Black masculinity is influenced by a long colonial history of slavery, racism, oppression and is, in addition, situated at the complex intersection of masculine privilege and historically devalued Blackness…[read on]
There are many lessons that we can learn from the vegetal world, such as how to live together in a non-intrusive way (in the same way that leaves position themselves relative to their neighbours), adaptability to…[read on]
In Polish art history, social practice has its legitimate place. In the 1970s, Contextual artists believed in creating work in specific contexts, and with the moral responsibility of the artist, as well as art’s aim to…[read on]
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