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Wolfgang Tillmans / Thee eyes are subversive

Photography | Spotlight
A spotlight on one of the most influential photographers working today, Wolfgang Tillmans, who in 2000, was awarded the prestigious Turner Prize, marking the first time the prize had been awarded to a photographer or non-British artist.

Samuel Harrison / Cutting through all of life

Art&Culture | Interview
"History of art is of huge interest to me and undoubtedly influences my practice. As time goes by of course the more my own voice comes to the fore and reflects my own ethos." Artist Samuel Harrison in conversation with Antoine Schafroth.

Spiros Hadjiidjanos / Multilayered entities

Art&Culture | Interview
Technologies and algorithms of image-making: Berlin based multimedia artist Spiros Hadjidjanos in conversation with Maria Abramenko.

Polly Morgan / The Snake and the Moon

Art&Culture | Interview
London based contemporary artist Polly Morgan best known for her taxidermy sculptures in conversation with Maria Abramenko.

Barry X Ball / New age old masters

Art&Culture | Interview
Reinvigorating the age-old tradition of figurative sculpture: New York based sculptor Barry X Ball in conversation with Maria Abramenko.

Günter Brus / The divided self

Art&Culture | Spotlight
The pain show, a body that has almost disappeared: a spotlight on the Austrian artist Günter Brus, performer and film maker, one of the of the founders of Viennese Actionism.

Solomun / Everybody is loved

Art&Culture | Soundscapes
About instincts and momentum: in conversation with dance music titan Solomun on the occasion of his newly launched album Nobody Is Not Loved, released on his own NINL label together with a selection of personal highlights for our latest Soundscapes series.

Bruce La Bruce / The anarchy of porn

Art&Culture | Interview
"The sexual imagination is full of dark and politically incorrect fantasies that people shouldn't feel guilty about or be ashamed of, and pornography helps us to work them out as a kind of immersive fiction." Canadian artist Bruce LaBruce in conversation with Antoine Schafroth.

Anyma / Digital Lanscapes

Art&Culture | Soundscapes
In conversation with Matteo Milleri, half of the worldwide known music duo “Tale Of Us” about his new solo project Anyma, an immersive 360 digital art and music experience. Celebrating his newly launched EP "Claire" under Afterlife label with his special selection of tracks for our latest Soundscape release.

Marie Sauvage / Story of the eye

Art&Culture | Spotlight
Marie Sauvage, French American Shibari artist based in Florence in conversation with Maria Abramenko on mindfulness, eroticism and her passion for religious spaces.

Erwin Wurm / Abstract Invocations

Art&Culture | Interview
Erwin Wurm, Austrian artist best known for his unusual depictions of everyday life in conversation with Antoine Schafroth.

Alva Noto / Worship the glitch

Art&Culture | Soundscapes
Manufacturing sounds while transitioning between music, art and science: German master and musician Alva Noto in conversation with Maria Abramenko, along with an eleven hours mind-blowing selection of tracks for one of the most complex Soundscapes release.

Ellen Sheidlin / The immortality of Imagination

Art&Culture | Interview
"Everything starts from a point and the kingdom of a point is infinite". Russian artist and model Ellen Sheidlin in conversation with Antoine Schafroth.

404 Zero / The dark sound of space

Art&Culture | Soundscapes
There is always something new to be found in the search for answers. 404 Zero, the pure generative art collective from Saint Petersburg in conversation with Maria Abramenko.