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January 28, 2020

South news: #11th issue launch at Fotagogos bookstore in Athens, Greece

South as a State of Mind "Coexistence" issue (fall / winter 2019, issue #11) launches on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at 19:30, at Fotagogos bookstore, Stoa Kourtaki, Kolokotroni 59B, 10560 Athens.
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December 23, 2019

South likes: Hyperallergic’s picks for the best exhibitions of 2019. Among them, Ríos Intermitentes, 13th Havana Biennial, in Matanzas, Cuba

Glad to read the selections of the best shows by Hyperallergic and among them ''Ríos Intermitentes'' (Intermittent Rivers) curated by María Magdalena Campos-Pons. 
Read a thorough report on the medicinal biennial of Matanzas by Sara Lee Burd in the new eleventh issue of South as a State of Mind "Coexistence". read more.

December 17, 2019

South remembers: The Social Poltergeist. A Case Study of Maintenance Violence 

“The critique of violence is the philosophy of its history—the ‘philosophy’ of this history, because only the idea of its development makes possible a critical, discriminating, and decisive approach to its temporal data.”

—Walter Benjamin, The Critique of Violence, 1921 read more.

December 16, 2019

South news: 11th issue launch at the 12th edition of Bamako Encounters, Mali

South as a State of Mind "Coexistence" issue (fall / winter 2019, issue #11) launched this December at the Bamako Encounters, African Photography Biennale, 12th edition
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November 27, 2019

South poster: Maria Hassabi, UNTITLED #6, 2019

Together with your magazine copy of South as a State of Mind #11, get the poster by Maria Hassabi:
Maria Hassabi, UNTITLED #6, 2019
Commissioned by Onassis Foundation read more.

November 25, 2019

South news: issue #11 is out now

South as a State of Mind
 issue #11 is out (fall / winter 2019
 - "Coexistence")

Edited by Marina Fokidis (Editor-in-Chief and Founding Director), Pip Day and Marcelo Rezende (Guest Editors)

Designed by Studio Lialios Vazoura, and published by Cube Art Editions, powered by Onassis Culture, supported by Goethe-Institut Athen

Featuring contributions by Alphabet Collection, Pierre Bal-Blanc, Bamako Encounters 12th edition team, Karen Barad, Sara Lee Burd, Zinaida Chekantseva, Binna Choi and You Mi, Christian Dunker, Daniel Blanga Gubbay, Jakob Jakobsen, Suzanne Kite and Maȟpíya Nážiŋ, Sarat Maharaj, Natalia Majluf, Olu Oguibe, Andrea Ancira and Sofía Olascoaga, Vijay Prashad, Hema’ny Nancy Molina Vargas, Cecilia Vicuña, and Jackie Wang
Poster by Maria Hassabi  read more.

January 1, 2019

South remembers: An Evening, Sometime in the Near Future…

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October 27, 2018

South remembers: The Abuse of Life Matrix of the Colonial-Capitalistic Unconscious

“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
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October 25, 2018

South remembers: Those Who Are Dead Are Not Ever Gone

On the Maintenance of Supremacy, the Ethnological Museum and the Intricacies of the Humboldt Forum read more.

October 24, 2018

South remembers: Vlassis Caniaris: Arrivederci – Willkommen

Emigration and the Greek economy: why Caniaris’s 1976 installation still resonates today read more.