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Nov 2011 |

Break fast with C215 | ALEXANDER DE QUERZEN

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© Photo by Alexander de Querzen

 

I think the first time I discovered Christian Guémy, aka C215, it was totally by hazard, through two little books : The Blue Book and The Red Book.

Nov 2011 |

Med Art Spaces. Makan | HERMAN BASHIRON MENDOLICCHIO

Oct 2011 |

Dance, dance otherwise we are lost! Reflections on Wim Wenders’ ‘Pina’ | CHRISTINA GRAMMATIKOPOULOU

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“I’m not so interested in how they move as in what moves them” Pina Bausch

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Oct 2011 |

Visualizing "Hertzian Space" | MARISA GÓMEZ

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For centuries, we human beings have coped with our environment just thanks to the set of sensorial systems biologically developed for that scope.

Oct 2011 |

The Color of Money. $1 bills by Hans - Peter Feldmann | MODESTA DI PAOLA

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“So I must leave, I'll have to go to Las Vegas or Monaco and win a fortune in a game, my life will never be the same”

Abba, Money, Money, Money, 1976.

 

Sep 2011 |

Words of Air: Breath, Voice and Poetry | CHRISTINA GRAMMATIKOPOULOU

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Ἀερίων ἐπέων ἂρχομαι ἀλλ’ ὀν’ατων
With words of air I begin, for this reason they are words soft in hearing)
Sappho

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Poetry has its roots in human breath
and what would become of us if this breath diminished?
Giorgos Seferis

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Jun 2011 |

Holy Pop! The making of Icons in Contemporary Culture | CHRISTINA GRAMMATIKOPOULOU

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The power to educate or to seduce, to heal or to scare, to tame or to arouse, to unite or to divide...

From cave murals to digital pictures, images have always had a profound impact on human thought.

Hence, they’ve been often seen as carriers of ideas, used by the political or religious leadership in order to propagate ideologies and direct the masses towards one direction or the other.

Jun 2011 |

Communions, litanies, rituals and apparitions | STEPHANIE BERTRAND

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Written in response to the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art’s invitation to speak on the subject of art and worship, the following three short essays suggest possible readings of selected works by three contemporary artists that engage with significantly different concerns through their practice.

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