Graduation Shows 2018: Sandberg Institute: The Voice of the Artist 

Liza Prins

The performance-based symposium The Voice of the Artist, organised by the Sandberg Institute as part of the graduation programme of the MA Master of Voice, reflects upon the increased orality of, mostly female, artistic practices. The artists seem to emphasize a fragmented use of the human voice.

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The emotional and its political infrastructures

Jack Segbars

First Person Plural: Empathy, Intimacy, Irony, and Anger, currently on show at BAK, departs from the frame of the emotional as the primal constitutive material from which societal and political forms arise. 

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'Go with the bias'- Examining prejudiced technologies

Nim Goede

We tend to talk about digital technologies as if they are completely neutral and objective. But the opposite holds true. Big Bias, the first edition of the lecture series Coded Matter(s) of FIBER Festival, takes a closer look at multiple biases present in technology.

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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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Reviews

On Touch - Queer electrons and feeling philosophy

Corine van Emmerik

The Human Insect

Jareh Das

Artists do not retire 

Nicole Sciarone

WheredoIendandyoubegin - Shilpa Gupta

Nicole Sciarone

Human and Mineral

This Rare Earth — Stories from Below

Kyveli Mavrokordopoulou
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Metropolis M Magazine for contemporary art No 3 — 2018