Art Fairs as Research – Jason Chung Tang Yen in conversation with Hans Ulrich Obrist

Jason Chung Tang Yen: Do we need art fairs? Why? Hans Ulrich Obrist: For me as a curator research never stops, there are many different ways of making research, far most, research of course happens in the studios. I make studio visits everyday, art schools, galleries, musuems, kunsthalle, autonomous project spaces, artist run spaces, and…

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#Histrionic #Awareness: Vincenzo Della Corte & Gabriele De Santis

The following is a spontaneous dialogue conceived in a theatrical way, where Vincenzo Della Corte embodies the “Past” as a character and Gabriele De Santis the “Future”. Vincenzo Della Corte: Looking deeper at your work, it seems appropriate to mention Gustav Mahler: “Tradition is not the worship of ashes, but the preservation of fire”. Does…

Infinite Plane: Eloise Ghioni in conversation with Damien Flood

Eloise Ghioni: When looking at your work, I have the feeling of being immediately thrown into a dilated space where time and space coexist at a slower pace. Everything is indefinite yet clearly perceptible. How would you describe this place? Would it be dreamlike, imaginary, a space for the soul or even something completely different?…