Decolonial dance and discourse

Corine van Emmerik

Van Abbemuseum’s ten-day caucus Be(com)ing More ended with a spectacular day of talks, music, and powerful dance.  

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The Sociologist, the Artist and the ICC: Art as Inquiry

Julien Séroussi & Franck Leibovici 

Virginie Bobin

Art and poetry offer sociologist Julien Séroussi and his friend, artist and poet Franck Leibovici a way to understand and explain the research and jurisdiction for a trial at ICC in The Hague.

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Future caucus: Thinking beyond Capital and the Human

Corine van Emmerik

With Be(com)ing More the Van Abbemuseum contemplates the past, present and future and asks “How can we become more?”

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A festival on economy, without the economists

Corine van Emmerik

Economia, a three-day festival in the Baltan Laboratories in Eindhoven, tries to reclaim economy as a social and cultural construction.

 

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A Memoir Polemic, Tirdad Zolghadr on his new book Traction

Jelle Bouwhuis

In his new book Traction Tirdad Zolghadr argues that contemporary art is defined by a moral economy of indeterminacy that allows curators and artists to imagine themselves on the other side of power. An interview.

 

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Features

DOC - message from the Parisian underground

Nanda Janssen
Kwezi Gule and Simangaliso Sibiya
Dorine van Meel

Unknown Tehran

Mariska van den Berg
Claire Tolan
Arielle Bier

Visceral Upcycling

Melanie Bühler
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Metropolis M Magazine for contemporary art No 3 — 2017