A take on the Bucharest-based performance festival that is created and held in domestic spaces.
An interview about the apocalypse & mankind’s posthuman future with Vasile Mihalache, co-founder and translator of Post/h/um. Journal of (Post)humanist Studies.
OFF Biennale in Budapest is attempting to feed joy into the machines. What can we make of this?
An analysis of documentarism in the video works of mid-generation Romanian artists.
Intermedia and interdisciplinarity, the subtle mix of poetry and activism, an interest for technology and nature: AGF as paradigmatic example of the contemporary posthumanist scene.
A discussion of the play The Sugarless Family [Familia fără zahăr], a civic response to the violent actions of the organisation Coalition for the Family.
Initially, electronic dance music brought people together more than just under one roof; no matter the race, social class or sexual orientation. An interview with the artists of Corp.
If we change the sound regime of the Old Centre, would its identity be released from tourism or cultural consumerism?
Prague contemporary art may not be all that exciting, but the infusion of fresh blood and downright badassery from those crusty club kids might just be what they should be looking for.
In Bucharest the gallery scene and the city itself are a perfect match.