Imagined Narratives in the Work of Oscar Muñoz at carlier | gebauer
by Dagmara Genda // Feb. 28, 2020
The strong discursive bent in Oscar Muñoz’s work arises from the fact that he treats material as metaphor, as a means to meditate on the passage of time…[read on]
Article by Benjamin Busch // June 03, 2019
How to trace nonbinary relations at the Venice Biennale, an aging institution burdened by spatial subdivision into national domains of representation? With a queer transversal approach…[read on]
Article by Ben Marvin in Düsseldorf // Jun. 01, 2017
“Exhausted is a whole lot more than tired.” Deleuze goes on to say that, “The tired no longer prepares for any possibility.” The tired exhausts inspiration, while the exhausted exhausts his imagination. However…[read on]
Article by Marta Jecu in Lisbon // Feb. 07, 2017
The idea of a potent architecture (a box that not only contains, but also generates solutions) has been a favored utopia across the ages: a house that is mobile, turns into a vehicle and flies…[read on]
Filmmaker Lutz Dammbeck: American Angst and German Paranoia
by Nicolas Hausdorf // Apr. 18, 2016
Television game shows as tools for occupation, feedback loop anthropology and psychoanalysis in the post-national laboratory: admittedly, there is something overwhelming…[read on]
Article by Alena Sokhan – in Berlin; Saturday, Dec. 06, 2014.
Article and photos by Dina Münzfeld in London; Friday, Jun. 15, 2012.