What would it mean to think about the problem of incarceration, not from the view of specialists but from the view of artists?
This text examines the role of stereoscopy in the 30-minute film poem “1:1” (Germany 2021, Telemach Wiesinger).
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Research results from history are also an important element in artistic practice – to varying degrees and in different work contexts.
Apparently, music changes public history, and vice versa: a historical subject also shapes the music associated with it.
Different actors also negotiate the historicity of anti-tank obstacles through their different aesthetic practices.
Artistic-aesthetic forms of expression and history in the public sphere are more or less interlinked in more or less obvious ways.
Monthly Editorial November 2021 Abstract: The editorial explains the attraction that colonies had for the European bourgeois world – through scientific interest, “scientific,” from today’s perspective pseudo-scientific racism, as well... Read More ›
Schiefelbein's paintings relate to identity and landscapes by articulating representations and memories in the public and private spheres.
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Luke Willis Thompson's "autoportrait" has gained a nomination for this year's prestigious Turner Prize - and sparked fierce accusations of profiteering off of black suffering.
One of the important aims of prefigurative art would be the creation of “critical hope”, which Ewa Domańska presents here strategically as an obligation of any humanities scholar faced with real threats.