Can human beings mutate into we are historically used to call “gods” with the help of advanced technology? The Shanghai based artist discusses her interest in the physiology of the human brain, religious narratives, and the aesthetics of gaming and anime in relation to her hyper-stimulating, arcade-like installations. Read more on Mousse Magazine
Artist Petra Cortright & Carl Tashian, Engineer and Entrepreneur.
May 19th, 2018 at the New Museum in New York City. Rhizome on Vimeo
From a young age, I feel that the characters in the anime are easily pretty drawn only a few strokes. How can people be so tired and still look so ugly? I have Chūnibyō illness so it is easy to get into the role when cosplaying. Read and watch on Yuen Hsieh Vimeo
Katja Novitskova, born in 1984 in Tallinn, is currently based in Berlin, and Timur Si-Qin, born in 1984 in Berlin, is based in New York. Katja and Timur’s long friendship stems from their shared passion for nature and philosophy. Here, in the second issue of Living Content, they reminisce about their beginnings in art, their community spanning Berlin and Amsterdam, and they also discuss their interest in deep time, ecology and evolution. Read more on Living Content.
The theme of this issue – The New New Left – is not entirely “new new,” as indeed it relates to the old anti-capitalist Left in its insistence on a theoretical analysis of capitalism and the price paid by many in such a system. Purchase full online access
Bunny Rogers is an artist that uses the Internet to create her artworks. For the exhibition “In Tune with the World”, she presents a series of refined self-portraits, where she depicts herself as Joan of Arc, from the American TV show “Clone High”. Fondation Louis Vuitton on YouTube
Trisha Baga presenting her work “MS Orlando” (2015) at the Nam June Paik Award 2016 at the Museum Folkwang, Essen. Kunststiftung NRW on YouTube
LA artist Petra Cortight and curator Aaron Lister talk about Cortright’s exhibition at City Gallery Wellington, RUNNING NEO-GEO GAMES UNDER MAME. City Gallery Wellington on YouTube