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Soundscapes vol.15

Hinting at her love for jazz, a selection by Machìna, the Korean artist based in Tokyo who's music is best experienced amidst the collective effervescence of a nightclub dance floor.

You can't stop me now

There are, for approbation, certain known limits which serve as a basis for the construction of reasoning, inspired by common sense. Comparison is a mental operation which permits us to bring things that we desire to understand to a certain point. Artworks by Isabelle Wenzel.

Tightrope Walking

A talk with Haegue Yang about her first Italian solo show “Tightrope Walking and Its Wordless Shadow” on view at La Triennale di Milano. Interview by Angelica Moschin.

Art&Culture | Features

Soundscapes vol.43

As summer approaches, the light in Berlin returns. Here are some timeless personal favorites mixed with new gems of the next wave selected by Curses, the New Yorker/ Berlin based artist known for blending his rock & roll roots with the darker side of disco & electro.

Linear dimensions / Monika Grzymala

Monika Grzymala, Berlin based Polish artist with focus on spatial drawing and architectural intervention, in conversation with Maria Abramenko.

Love’s secret domain

"I would like to slow this down for a moment and watch you as you sit there, wonderfully oblivious to me, for hours, days ... forever, but I can’t. Overwhelmed I look down at my notebook, coming down hard from this most potent of highs. I have been drunk on your love and now: the most delicious of hangovers begins." A short novel by La Serpent.

Mit Borras / Ergonomic heavens

Cyber erotic narratives by Spanish artist Mit Borrás in conversation with Maria Abramenko.

Roger Ballen / Existential psychodrama

On life, death and other archetypes: Roger Ballen, one of the most influential and important photographic artists of the 21st century, in conversation with Maria Abramenko.

Melanie King / Moonchild

The relationship between starlight, photography and materiality: London based artist and curator Melanie King in conversation with Maria Abramenko.

Paolo Canevari / The enormous wrong of the world

Rubber landscapes through black matter: Italian artist Paolo Canevari in conversation with Maria Abramenko about his current show at Cardi Gallery and more.

Soundscapes vol.42

A playlist curated by Cassyette, who's sound mixes pop, rock and metal on the occasion of the launch of her latest single "Dear Goth" full of religious imagery, a search for spirituality and belonging in a godless society.

Renate Bertlmann / Intimate rebellion

A spotlight on radical feminist artist Renate Bertlmann, pioneering member of the Vienna Secession and her explorations of sexuality, eroticism and new representations of the female body.

Soundscapes vol.41

A hypnotic selection by Ioanna Gika, Los Angeles based, Greek musician with witchy looks and a haunting voice that echoes seraphically through post new age sonic landscapes.

Daniel Turner / Alchemical matters

New York based artist Daniel Turner in conversation with Maria Abramenko on his dissolution, transference, and transformation practices of austere beauty and poetry.

Viktor Mattsson / Devil in the black dress

And the devil in the black dress watches over. Swedish artist Viktor Mattsson in conversation with Maria Abramenko.
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