Illegalized: Africans die and do ghosting, Romanians do rage, and the English do irony.
Post-fiction in Larisa Crunțeanu's engagement with a TV soap opera.
An interview with Manuel Pelmuș about the series Evening School. Actions by Day and by Night organized at Salonul de proiecte in Bucharest between April-May 2018.
Pre ‘89 Eastern Europe, as hard as it is to speak about it as an entity, concedes freaky, unwilling-to-behave political and apolitical artistic expressions in the show Left Performance Histories.
Metaphor. Protest. Concept. Performing art in Romania and Moldova is a unique publication entirely consisting of interviews with local artists that have worked predominantly in the performative area.
Could new sincerity manifested through performance art be the cure for post-modern ennui? This belief echoes throughout Prague’s art scene and beyond.
Gala by Jérôme Bel is about the non-hierarchic, mobilizing and emancipating access to the stage which is normally confiscated by legitimized virtuosity.
An interview with Laura Hunt, musician and visual artist, following her performance Exit Promises at CNDB during the News from Polska Festival.
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 conversation with Marina Albu about the misunderstanding of today’s society.