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May 2015 |

Reconceptualizing Body, Space and Place: Telepresence in Art* | MARISA GÓMEZ

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Introduction

The body is, in common terms, the physical and material structure of human being. It’s the framework of cells and tissues that articulates our complex biological system. The body is organic matter that, as such, gets corrupted, aged and finally dies.

However, the body is much more: it is the means through which we relate to the environment, the material form of our way of being-in-the-world and the place where subjectivity, feeling or identity meet.

May 2015 |

Communicative paths of body and technology: Notes on the work of Christa Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau | CHRISTINA GRAMMATIKOPOULOU

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interartive-junio-imagenChrista Sommerer and Laurent Mignonneau. Top: PICO_SCAN, 2000. Bottom: Mobile Feelings II, 2003. Interactive Installation.]
Apr 2015 |

An invitation to Re:Spond/Invent/Create. Christina Mitrentse at the Jewish Museum of Athens | CHRISTINA GRAMMATIKOPOULOU

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Feb 2015 |

Perceiving through the body: A phenomenological approach to George Khut’s biofeedback interactive art | CHRISTINA GRAMMATIKOPOULOU

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george-khut-drawing-breath George Khut, The heart library project, image source: artist's website
Feb 2015 |

Lanchonete.org - A collective project on rights to the city in São Paulo | TODD LANIER LESTER

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Lanchonete on Rua Matias

Lanchonete on Rua Matias

Feb 2015 |

DECODE | STEPHAN GROSS

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Stephan Groß, DECODE, photography, 2012 Stephan Groß, DECODE, photography, 2012
Stephan Groß, DECODE, Computer Graphic, 2012 Stephan Groß, DECODE, Computer Graphic, 2012
Jan 2015 |

“Shandies” and Witches: Notes for an essay on Art and Exile | CLAUDIA RODRIGUEZ PONGA

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She snatched up a tattered cloak lying in the cattle-shed to cover her nakedness, took wings, so to speak, and before midnight struck, found herself leagues away, far from any thoroughfare, on a desert heath all thistles and brambles.

The heath skirted a wood, where, under the glimpses of an uncertain moon, she was able to scrape together a few acorns, which she munched and bolted like a wild beast.

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