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Farci.e, by Sorour Darabi

Sorour Darabi is an Iranian choreographer and dancer living in France. S.he belongs to the underground association ICCD, which organises the Untimely festival in Tehran, Iran. In an interview with Le Monde, the artist uses the pronoun “s.he” claiming she does not define himself/herself as “trans...

Sorour Darabi is an Iranian ch...

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Ajarb Bernard Ategwa – at Peres Projects

The exhibition entitled Studio Ekwe’s by Cameroonian artist Ajarb Bernard Ategwa is at Peres Projects, in Berlin, until November 20, 2020. Ategwa’s second solo exhibition in this gallery features several large-scale portrait paintings that reflect post-colonial African identity, contrasting with Western ethnographic views.Ategwa’s paintings portray...

The exhibition entitled Studio...

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The Silence Show – at Culturgest

In the first room, an audio installation presents four sound works. The first is by Russolo, Risveglio di una Cittá, from 1913. The work was written not for a conventional orchestra, but for instruments designed by Russolo himself, the 16 Intonarumori. They were built between...

In the first room, an audio in...

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The Opening Response: Delia Jürgens

The Opening Response titles a special series of interviews with artists, curators, writers, composers, mediators, and space-makers around the world. Dialoguing within and around the thematics which have rapidly emerged as a consequence of the Covid-19 pandemic, we offer within this frame a differentiated, honest, and...

The Opening Response titles a...

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Speculative Intimacy, by Alicia Kopf

As transpired by the title, Speculative Intimacy is an exhibition of conjectures. An extensive research that, through different materials and languages, presents videos and installations, with pop culture references, shared experiences, and exchanges of scientific-quasi-scientific emails. The aim is to create a broad discourse on...

As transpired by the title, Sp...

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IRL Stories: Chatting with Ghetthoven

The world has overcome long isolation periods in light of the global pandemic that, to date, has caused more than one million deaths. Cultural venues have indefinitely or even permanently closed down their stages, dance floors and exhibition spaces leaving an entire creative community at risk...

The world has overcome long is...

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