The Artist's Novel: David Maroto talking to Chris Kraus, Cally Spooner and others at Page Not Found

Nele Brökelmann

With Chris Kraus and Cally Spooner zooming in, David Maroto's book presentation at Page Not Found promised to become memorable.

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Tracing Lines: Radna Rumping's Hoofdweg (a possible line)

Manuela Zammit

Radna Rumping’s audio essay Hoofdweg (a possible line) leads through the longest street of Plan West in Amsterdam, the Hoofdweg. Manuela Zammit donned her headphones and started walking, before sitting down with Rumping to discuss the phenomenon of the artist walk, conceptual art, and the context of Amsterdam.

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Can Walls Have Windows? - Weg die Muur, an artist walk through Amsterdam West  - Walks/Wandelingen #2

Kaylie Kist

The walk Weg die Muur (Tear down that wall) by Aimée Zeto Lima leads through two neighbourhoods of Amsterdam West, tracing the dichotomy between old and new through a series of curtains inspired by archival materials. 

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Between hopeful digitisation and dystopian fantasy ­­– Fake Me Hard at AVL Mundo, Rotterdam

Agnieszka Wodzińska

Ambitious and at times baffling, Fake Me Hard manages to provide the public with a dazzling selection of varied works. What matters most is not how you respond to them, but what you do with your feelings of hopelessness, frustration, and/or excitement when you come out of the exhibition into a technologically mediated world in crisis.

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Feel that foot and that tension – Bruce Nauman’s retrospective at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Patrick van Rossem

Flickering light, screaming clowns and squeezing lips: in cooperation with Tate Museum, Stedelijk hosts a long awaited, affective retrospective of Bruce Nauman’s work. Much like the steps he takes while famously walking the white lines of a taped square, Nauman’s practice proves itself to be precise and controlled.

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Metropolis M Magazine for contemporary art No 4 — 2021