Issue 24 out now

Issue 24 out now

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June 23, 2016
Issue 24 out now
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The latest issue of frieze d/e is out now with an essay by Ana Teixeira Pinto on the digitalization of domestic space and an interview with award-winning theatre director Milo Rau; plus, features on Ull Hohn, Heidi Specker, Clemens von Wedemeyer and the German Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016.

Home Alone: art, architecture and domestic effects of digitalization
Ana Teixeira Pinto examines art works and architectural projects dealing with our current domestic landscape and asks how digitalization will change our idea of living together. “Once homes become fully equipped, you will be living inside a world of biometric analyses and pattern recognition that fully captures and profiles its users, to place financial wagers on their short- and long-term future.” 

Too Cool For School: Akademie Isotrop 
A look back at the origins, collective works and eventual dissolution of the Akademie Isotrop, an alternative art school founded in Hamburg in 1996; with contributions from writer Hans-Christian Dany and artist Birgit Megerle as well as an interview with artist Abel Auer by Nick Currie.

Also featuring:
Hans-Jürgen Hafner encounters conceptual cool and sensuality in the works of late painter Ull Hohn; Bert Rebhandl examines battles between points of view in the films and installations of Clemens von Wedemeyer; Kito Nedo takes a closer look at photographer Heidi Specker’s very own take on portraiture; and frieze d/e editor Dominikus Müller talks to award-winning theater director Milo Rau about responsibility, empathy and “meta-slavery.” Plus, Melissa Canbaz on the drone videos of Raphaela Vogel and Saim Demircan on the high-energy performances of artist duo New Noveta.

Elsewhere in the issue: 
Millennial terrorism and the Brussels attacks—a diary by artist Deanna Havas who was on a residency in Brussels at the time of the bombings.

Film: Esther Buss examines the works of Austrian filmmaker Daniel Hoesl and the European Film Conspiracy—and their take on late-capitalist business culture. 

Architecture: Niklas Maak takes a closer look at Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country, the German Pavillon at the Venice Architecture Biennale 2016, and various attempts to build homes for refugees in Germany. 

History: Ulrich Gutmair surveys the life and work of No!art co-founder Boris Lurie whose work is currently the subject of a large-scale retrospective at Berlin’s Jewish Museum.  

Plus reviews of 15 of the most interesting shows from across Germany, Austria, Switzerland and beyond—including Maria Eichhorn at Chisenhale Gallery, London and Galerie Barbara Weiss, Berlin; Michaela Mélian at Lenbachhaus, Munich; and Amie Siegel at Kunstmuseum Stuttgart and Villa Stuck, Munich. 

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