Left: Agnieszka Polska, I Am the Mouth II (still), 2014. Film. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Zak | Branicka, Berlin. Right: Raphael Hefti, 2014. Image courtesy the artist, Ancient&Modern and RaebervonStenglin.

Left: Agnieszka Polska, I Am the Mouth II (still), 2014. Film. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Zak | Branicka, Berlin. Right: Raphael Hefti, 2014. Image courtesy the artist, Ancient&Modern and RaebervonStenglin.

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Raphael Hefti and Agnieszka Polska

Raphael Hefti has a highly distinctive approach to experimentation with industrial materials. He has a fascination with manufacturing processes and often invents his own in order to achieve new results. His works blur boundaries between the natural... continue reading

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Pierre Huyghe’s “In. Border. Deep”By Jeremy Millar

Amber is a form of slow catastrophe, a long compression. A transformation, then, of the resin which once flowed thickly down branch and trunk before these extremities were replaced by those of heat and pressure found deep within chthonic sedimentation. A “beaming sun” (elektron) caught underground, amber’s classical name was... continue reading

“Let The Body Be Electric, Let There Be Whistleblowers”By Stefan Heidenreich

There is a problem facing the history of media: that time can not be represented independently of the technologies of information. We cannot simply write a historical account of technical inventions, because these inventions themselves structure the temporality of events and processes in our world. This is, at least, according... continue reading

London Round-upBy Colin Perry

Outside the Frieze Art Fair’s tented metropolis in Regent’s Park, London’s more permanent gallery spaces this week offered countless illuminated or screen-based spectacles. I was transported, more than once, into other worlds: dizzying screen-spaces in which gender, geography, and time blur and fracture. This was all the more pronounced... continue reading

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International colloquium: "Sound, Vision, Action"Media@McGill

Today, we live in an age of unprecedented visual and sonic saturation. Although philosophers, artists, critics and censors have always argued for the power of sounds and images and their attendant senses, the last half-century has seen a major shift in how we talk about them, as scholars have systematically made the case for understanding modern... continue reading

Art as a Verb at Monash University Museum of ArtMonash University

Learn more about Graduate programsThe Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at The City College of New York

Partners and recipients of the 2014 grants program announcedFundación Cisneros/Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros [FC/CPPC]

Material Friction: Americana and American ArtWilliams College Museum of Art (WCMA)

New artwork by Kimsooja unveiled as part of the 2014 BiennialCornell Council for the Arts

Call for applicationsRoyal Academy of Arts, London

Seeking applicants for the Critical Studies Fellowship ProgramCranbrook Academy of Art

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