Playing Real: The Eerie Prognoses of Rimini Protokoll’s ‘Uncanny Valley’
Playing Real: The Eerie Prognoses of Rimini Protokoll’s ‘Uncanny Valley’
El Anatsui and the Institutional Politics of Munich's Haus der Kunst
El Anatsui and the Institutional Politics of Munich's Haus der Kunst
The exiled Belarusian theatre company taking on society’s biggest taboos
The exiled Belarusian theatre company taking on society’s biggest taboos
The Divine Chaos of Starry Things
The Divine Chaos of Starry Things

Review (The Stage, 2016)

A Postcard from Istanbul
A Postcard from Istanbul

A full report on attacks on gallery-goers in Istanbul’s gallery district (Frieze, 2010)

At Istanbul’s Galeri Non, Extrastruggle – a collective of one – stages a chess game between political figures. In the gallery entrance is a polyester sculpture of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Turkish Republic, painted as a fallen angel, standing on his head and resting on a gilded wing. The other statues are each one colour. Taken together, they spell out the Palestinian flag. In the rear corner of the gallery is a red ‘Turkish Tote’, an unstable stack of Atatürk heads poised on a white star. The other half of the Turkish flag, the white crescent, rests like a machete in the skull of a figure clad in a burka, covered with eyes.

Rhinoceros
Rhinoceros

Review (The Stage, 2017)

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Manifesto, Information, Rules and Other Leaks
Manifesto, Information, Rules and Other Leaks

Review of Angela Bulloch’s Vattenfall Prize Exhibition. Frieze (2011)

“Behind the title of Angela Bulloch’s exhibition ‘Information, Manifesto, Rules and Other Leaks...’ is a framing principle: ‘Leaks’ are no longer the backroom business of journalists and informants, but an emerging model of the world. For Bulloch, who defines this exhibition as a continuation of her ‘Rules Series’, begun in 1992, the appeal of leaks is as a system of anti-rules – portals to a pulsing mass of ‘true information’ beyond the posited (sanctioned) information distributed as rules.”

Playing Real: The Eerie Prognoses of Rimini Protokoll’s ‘Uncanny Valley’
El Anatsui and the Institutional Politics of Munich's Haus der Kunst
The exiled Belarusian theatre company taking on society’s biggest taboos
The Divine Chaos of Starry Things
A Postcard from Istanbul
Rhinoceros
Charlemagne Palestine.jpg
Carsten-H-llers-SOMA-inst-007.jpg
Eliason.jpg
10_KenMoody_1983.jpg
Manifesto, Information, Rules and Other Leaks
Playing Real: The Eerie Prognoses of Rimini Protokoll’s ‘Uncanny Valley’
El Anatsui and the Institutional Politics of Munich's Haus der Kunst
The exiled Belarusian theatre company taking on society’s biggest taboos
The Divine Chaos of Starry Things

Review (The Stage, 2016)

A Postcard from Istanbul

A full report on attacks on gallery-goers in Istanbul’s gallery district (Frieze, 2010)

At Istanbul’s Galeri Non, Extrastruggle – a collective of one – stages a chess game between political figures. In the gallery entrance is a polyester sculpture of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Turkish Republic, painted as a fallen angel, standing on his head and resting on a gilded wing. The other statues are each one colour. Taken together, they spell out the Palestinian flag. In the rear corner of the gallery is a red ‘Turkish Tote’, an unstable stack of Atatürk heads poised on a white star. The other half of the Turkish flag, the white crescent, rests like a machete in the skull of a figure clad in a burka, covered with eyes.

Rhinoceros

Review (The Stage, 2017)

Manifesto, Information, Rules and Other Leaks

Review of Angela Bulloch’s Vattenfall Prize Exhibition. Frieze (2011)

“Behind the title of Angela Bulloch’s exhibition ‘Information, Manifesto, Rules and Other Leaks...’ is a framing principle: ‘Leaks’ are no longer the backroom business of journalists and informants, but an emerging model of the world. For Bulloch, who defines this exhibition as a continuation of her ‘Rules Series’, begun in 1992, the appeal of leaks is as a system of anti-rules – portals to a pulsing mass of ‘true information’ beyond the posited (sanctioned) information distributed as rules.”

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