'Error and Progress', printed above in its entirety, is one of the 87 Stories of Mr. Keuner that BrechtKeiner ', German for 'no one', and 'Koiné'', Greek for 'colloquial speech' or that which is understandable to all'...
If ever there was something on the order of a universal thematic for linking disparate peoples, classes, genders, generations, etc., it would have to be the weather. Not for any deeply philosophical reason...
Jennifer Burris talks to Alexandra Navratil about her slide and film installations currently at Kunstmuseum Winterthur, reflecting upon film colouring techniques, materiality and the magical fetishism of commodity production.
Marcus Verhagen finds in Moyra Davey’s depictions of wasted, useless time a subtle challenge to instrumentalised modes of being.
Esther Leslie traces intricate links between the history of animation, technology and capitalism in her discussion of the lecture-performance Mark Leckey in the Long Tail.
Reviewing filmmaker Dušan Makavejev's W.R.: Mysterije Organizma (W.R.: Mysteries of the Organisma) critic wrote: 'A movie that, had he been compelled to see it, would surely have given John Wayne a stroke.
Shepherd Steiner reflects upon the recent exhibition of Helen Frankenthaler’s paintings at Gagosian Gallery, insisting that we disentangle criticism from the global circulation of art as finance capital.
On the occasion of a London retrospective of Peter Nestler's films, Martin Brady discusses the alternative portrait of post-War Europe conjured by his fifty-year-long documentary oeuvre.