FLASH ART #336
22.5 x 29 cm
Price: 78 lei
This issue inaugurating the fall season aims to reflect and expand on the concept of biodiversity in nowadays’ visual arts.
Trying to expand the notion of biodiversity, it means in a way thinking on it as a growth of ecosystem productivity, where each species has an important role to play. From technology, the AI, the “molecular turn”, etc – all essential players within a huge number of artists productions.
IN THIS ISSUE →
◯ Noam Segal dialogues with Agnieszka Kurant
◯ Ingrid Luquet-Gad analyses recents projects by Pakui Hardware
◯ Nour Mobarak’s polymorphic work is analysed by Marie de Brougerolle within the frame of current questions of posthumanism
◯ Pan Daijing in conversation with Andrea Lissoni on her latest audio and performance work culminating this Fall
◯ Simone Forti in dialogue with Patrick Steffen
◯ Two special visual commissions by Chitra Ganesh and Jared Madere
◯ Flash Art Editor Eleonora Milani discusses with Mónica Bello, Head of Arts at CERN, the relationship between the arts and sciences
◯ Chus Martínez’s third chapter of her column “The Age of Love”
◯ Charlie Robin Jones explores how we can think of biodiverse design exploring the life and work of Helmut Lang
◯ Kate Mosher Hall’s “Letter from the City” and much more