Article by Sara Clarken in Berlin // Apr. 21, 2018
Before Amazon, Facebook, Tinder, Grindr, et al, there was an all-enveloping online marketplace called craigslist, started by a guy named Craig in San Francisco. The personal ads were just a small part of it; craigslist was almost…[read on]
Article by Alice Bardos in Berlin // Mar. 29, 2016
The concept of ‘drifting architecture’ sheds light on the cultural process of design, techniques and materials flowing outward beyond borders while, paradoxically, the attempted control of these…[read on]
Article by Valentina Iancu – in Bucharest; Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2015.
The death of painting, which was emphatically announced after 1935 and has been repeatedly acclaimed in modernism, post-modernism, while still debated in some artistic mediums, is becoming an actual problem in the new capitalist cultural geographies of Eastern Europe. Being an instrument of communist propaganda, painting is mistrusted by the avidly reformed artistic community of the 90s…[read on…]
Article by Alison Hugill // Sept. 23, 2015
The title of the current exhibition by Larisa Crunţeanu and Sonja Hornung, Femina Subtetrix, suggests an underlying feminist counter-narrative, a pseudo sci-fi speculative invention perhaps. This initial…[read on]
Blog post – in Berlin; Thursday, Jul. 24, 2014.
In preparation for the 9th edition of the eXplore dance festival — Bucharest International Contemporary Dance and Performance Festival
, 4Culture Association in co-production with Tangaj Dance kickstart Platform X are offering a residency program dedicated to the new generation of…[read on…]