Jan Dietvorst & Roy Villevoye
For almost twenty years, Dutch film artists Jan Dietvorst and Roy Villevoye have been exploring issues as diverse as anthropological representation, the conventions of documentary filmmaking, and culture as a means of adaptation and re-enactment.
Photography’s Triumph as an Autonomous Artform
Christian Leber (Ed.)
In the 1990s, photography began to establish itself as a viable force in art and on the art market, but it was still far from achieving the status of an independent, autonomous artistic form.
An Acrylic Glass Pyramid and Three Pendulums Attached to a Triangle on a Table
Never loving the static presentation of art found in the common exhibition catalog, Swiss contemporary artist Athene Galiciadis (b.
SIMRYN GILL & MICHAEL TAUSSIG
Ute Meta Bauer & Anca Rujoiu (Eds.)
Becoming Palm is the outcome of a conversation between two friends, artist Simryn Gill and anthropologist Michael Taussig, addressing the complexities of palm oil and “the enormous transformations, human, and ecological, that this crop engenders” (Taussig) in two disparate geographical locations, Southeast Asia and South America.