Could new sincerity manifested through performance art be the cure for post-modern ennui? This belief echoes throughout Prague’s art scene and beyond.
The singular approaches of Sorin Oncu and Raluca Ilaria Demetrescu in the mid-2000s.
If performance art belongs to the unmarked, the absent, then performative writing must take on the role of erasing all that has already been marked and expropriate all that has already been possessed.
Gala by Jérôme Bel is about the non-hierarchic, mobilizing and emancipating access to the stage which is normally confiscated by legitimized virtuosity.
The exhibition at Victoria Art Center seeks to transforme the Danube area into a deterritorialized (but by no means depoliticized) field of experience and reflection.
The workshop organized by the magazine is an invitation to young people from the Republic of Moldova who would like to try their hand at art criticism.
Nona Inescu’s solo show at EXILE gallery in Berlin is not her first attempt at communing with the inhuman.
An Interview with Kaja Renkas, Polish artist and designer showing at UNAgaleria in Bucharest.
Prague has always had quite the buoyant experimental scene, with several people running DIY shows and even a gallery dedicated to sound-based media.
On the strategies and themes in the works of artistic duo Anca Benera and Arnold Estefán.