“It is my ambition to provide multiple viewpoints and artistic, curatorial and art historical perspectives that are relevant locally, but not yet widely visible or understood outside of China.”
This online interview series was developed by five M.A. candidates at NYU during ICI’s Spring 2011 Curatorial Practice course, providing increased engagement with the art and ideas behind Project 35 through interviews with the artists and curators involved in the project.
Syrago Tsiara writes about the 2nd Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art, and its attempt to record the state of art in “times of uncertainty” by focusing on artists from prominent geopolitical centers and their colleagues from distant and less accessible areas.
The following is a short summary of the most important paradigm Christine Nippe discovered in art related to the urban space Berlin: fascination with forgotten places and empty public space.
In this DISPATCH, Nancy Adajania and Ranjit Hoskote will attempt to address the dilemmas as well as the potentialities of a mode of cultural production that is based on global circulations yet is not merely circulatory; and a mode of life that is based on transnational mobility but is not without anchorage in regional predicaments.