January 1, 2019
October 27, 2018
“It is always a question of freeing life wherever it is imprisoned, or of tempting it into an uncertain combat.”
—Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, 1991
“The exhaustion of natural resources is probably much less advanced than the exhaustion of subjective resources, of vital resources, that is afflicting our contemporaries. If so much satisfaction is derived from surveying the devastation of the environment it’s largely because this veils the frightening ruin of subjectivities. Every oil spill, every sterile plain,
every species extinction is an image of our souls in rags, a reflection of our lack of world, of our intimate impotence to inhabit it.”
—The Invisible Committee, 2014
October 25, 2018
On the Maintenance of Supremacy, the Ethnological Museum and the Intricacies of the Humboldt Forum read more.
October 24, 2018
Emigration and the Greek economy: why Caniaris’s 1976 installation still resonates today read more.
July 13, 2018
South as a State of Mind
issue #10 is out (summer / fall 2018
Edited by Marina Fokidis (Editor-in-Chief and Founding Director) and Monika Szewczyk (Guest Editor). Re-designed by Studio Lialios Vazoura, and published by Cube Art Editions Athens, with key support of the Goethe Institut, as well as the financial aid of Schwarz Foundation and our advertisers who trusted us for this restart.
Featuring contributions by Sandra Benites and Pablo Lafuente, Ángela Bonadies, Ayse Çavdar, Christopher Cozier, Angela Dimitrakaki, Miquel Martí Freixas, Jorge Garcia, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Las Nietas de Nonó, Lucy R. Lippard, Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Ana Pato, Koleka Putuma, Megha Ralapati, Suely Rolnik, Wisława Szymborska, Juergen Teller, Yorgos Tzirtzilakis, and Marina Vishmidt. read more.
October 10, 2015
When the viewfinder of the gun and the lens of the camera are aligned in deadly symmetry: the ambient perspective of contemporary civil war read more.
June 28, 2015
There is nothing like an absolute present. No more than an absolute orange or absolute love. But we European geniuses can be rewarded for having edified what resembles the cult of the metronome. And although nothing legible fits into a single, dividable timeframe anymore, we maintain our devotion to a unique and inalterable continuity, in which events obey the predefined rules of synchronised representation. read more.