Tag Archive for: performance

Tim Plamper / Depth Dimensions

Art&Culture | Interview
Tim Plamper in a conversation with Maria Abramenko talking about his artistic path, Joy Division and Berlin.

Loscil / Meditations on time perception

Art&Culture | Soundscapes
Maria Abramenko in conversation with Loscil, Canadian artist and composer. Talking about art, music and the connection between the two.

Olivier de Sagazan / The body under layers of clay

Art&Culture | Interview
One man show: French artist Olivier de Sagazan in conversation with Maria Abramenko talking about his artistic expression.

Jose Dávila / Tension, Compression and Balance

Art&Culture | Interview
A virtual visit to Jose Dávila' studio in conversation with Maria Abramenko. Trained as an architect, Jose Dávila creates minimal installations and photographic works with a reference to 20th century avant-garde art and architecture.

Lawrence English / The language of sound

Art&Culture | Soundscapes
Lawrence English, Australian composer and curator in conversation with Maria Abramenko. Talking about art, his curatorial practice and his latest album.

Robert Longo / Art as weapon against dark times

Art&Culture | Interview
Robert Longo in conversation with Maria Abramenko about art, its creation and perception.

Oleg Dou / Pale, bone-chilling and delicate

Art&Culture | Interview
Russian artist Oleg Dou in a conversation with Maria Abramenko about his art, concept and future plans.

Jonathan Vivacqua / Distortion & Inclination

Art&Culture | Interview
Italian artist Jonathan Vivacqua in conversation with Maria Abramenko about his past and future works.

Tadao Cern / Black Balloons

Art&Culture | Interview
Black, clean and monumental: Lithuanian artist Tadao Cern in conversation with Maria Abramenko about his creative process and inspirations.

Chiharu Shiota

Art&Culture | Interview
Objects are not just objects sometimes. The poetic of common challenges the audience. You can be surprised, you can get emotional, angry, astonished, just looking at a filled room, without knowing why. Often the meaning of it is a visual mystery. Interview by Sara Dal Zotto.

Daniel Turner / Man is a God in ruins

Art&Culture | Spotlight
The following essay is not an attempt to define my own version of the sublime, but rather apply other writers’ postulations on the subject to the artwork of Daniel Adam Turner. Man is a god in ruins, words by James Michael Schaeffer.

You can’t stop me now

Art&Culture | Spotlight
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.