Reviving feminist collectives, together

Liza Prins

When theory and practice meet. In her (hand)book To Become Two, Alex Martinis Roe traces the differences and meeting points between several feminist collectives. How can or should future generations collectively live together? 

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Balancing, balancing - a conversation between Yvette Mutumba and Pieter Paul Pothoven

Yvette Mutumba

In his most recent research project facade suspended, Pieter Paul Pothoven dives into the history of RARA, an Amsterdam-based resistance collective from the 1980s and 1990s. Yvette Mutumba meets up with Pothoven and they talk about his latest work, the upcoming Berlin Biennial and how to discuss the lasting effects of colonialism.

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How to Aboriginalize Australian History - Talking to Gordon Hookey 

Irene de Craen

Gordon Hookey appropiates historical events to comment on Australian’s colonial past and present. A new mural by Hookey is currently on show in the group-exhibition Trade Markings at the Van Abbemuseum, curated by Vivian Ziherl. 

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It's political, it's sensitive, it's urgent - is it?

Weronika Trojanska

The New York Triennial claims to give voice to a generation of younger artists. And the young artist of today calls for action. 

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Metropolis M Magazine for contemporary art No 2 — 2018