by Natalia Ivanova Mount The economics of art are active within a capitalist market system hence, it is only natural that they suffer the same consequences as other failing economic models that: 1) operate on the basis of perpetual scarcity in order to create monopolies; 2) assure profits are held by the “1%” of the … Continue reading Reframing the Value of Art and Fair Labor in the Context of a Sharing Economy
The International Visitors Programme of the cultural funding organisation NRW KULTURsekretariat kindly invites you to our event trip “REFRACTED REALITIES: VIDEONALE.17 – FESTIVAL FOR VIDEO AND TIME-BASED ART FORMS” from 20th to 24th February 2019. Funded by the Ministry of Culture of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia and run in close cooperation with cultural institutions and actors in … Continue reading I AM BONN BOUND!
Lasse Lau Pine Nuts, 16mm, (screened by DVD or Beta) 20 min, 2008 Language: English Subtitle: Arab, French and Danish https://www.lasselau.net/pine-nuts
EVE K. TREMBLAY’S MEMORY MAPPING HOPE GARDENS (LOCATION SCOUTING) TO LAUNCH AT RICHARD J. MASSEY FOUNDATION FOR ARTS & SCIENCES August 19, 2011, New York: On September 13, 2011 from 6pm to 8pm, Richard J. Massey Foundation for Arts & Sciences will host a private book launch and reception for Eve K. Tremblay’s limited edition … Continue reading Back in August of 2011, I curate and organized this event…
Behold - the long awaited catalogue for the exhibition "Polluta, Floating Artist Colony in the Sky: Works by Michelle Kuen Suet Fung" I curated back in June 2018, is finally here! Polluta, Floating Artist Colony in the Sky catalogue pdf Check out page 40 - "Polluta is Already in the Future" Natalia Mount's interview with … Continue reading “Polluta, Floating Artist Colony in the Sky”