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2019.12.19 Thu, by

MAI-THU PERRET
News From Nowhere
Simon Lee Gallery, Hong Kong

The exhibition’s title derives from British polymath and socialist activist, William Morris’ 1890 novel of the same name, in which he imagines a utopian future liberated from systems of capitalism. >> Read more
Interviews, 2020.06.16 Tue, by

Simon Mordant
Contemporary Collector, Modern Philanthropist

Simon Mordant is one of Australia’s most prolific art collectors and philanthropists. As chair of Australia’s Museum of Contemporary Art and as Australia’s past Venice Biennale Pavilion Commissioner, Mordant has been one of the major forces driving modernization of Australia’s visual arts scene. >> Read more
Interviews, 2018.04.05 Thu, by

Insider: Gallery 2.0

These days it seems where ever you turn there are complaints about the gallery system. New York has been discussing the “mid-sized gallery squeeze” for years now—to no avail. The cards are still stacked in favor of the heavy-hitting galleries, like David Zwirner, Hauser & Wirth, Gagosian, you name it. >> Read more
Think, 2016.12.02 Fri, by

Telofossils, Network Hybridity, and the Politics of Pleasure in Speculative Realism

For a world that we cannot perceive, what does it matter whether it exists or not? Perhaps you can further demonstrate that, though an autonomous world is imperceptible, it can still think for us. Yet in this sense, such a world becomes one stipulated by human thought, and ultimately cannot escape the fundamental relationship between thinking and being. >> Read more
Interviews, 2014.04.11 Fri, by

Interview with Billy Childish

Billy Childish, as his adopted name suggests, is an antidote to the art world’s pretension. An early punk and expelled from art school, he has always refused to just fit in or comply. He is a prolific musician, poet, writer and painter... >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.02.06 Wed, by

Not Far Off

Slightly off the beaten track, just behind the glare of Gillman Barracks’ neon sign, is a compact space newly occupied by local gallery FOST. Inside one finds the first solo exhibition by Chun Kai Feng (b.1982). >> Read more
思考, 2021.05.11 Tue, by

A PhiloPhotoPoetics of Emptiness, Its “Shadow-Tracing” (摄影): A Roundtable Conversation with Gabriela Morawetz & Kyoo Lee

Vanishing Deconstructions See+ Gallery, Beijing, China December 05, 2015–January 30, 2016 Organizer: Hua’er, Director of See+ Gallery Moderator: Antonie Angerer Translator (Chinese): Zwei Fan Date: December 04, 2015 Q (aka Kyoo Lee, hereafter Q): Thanks, everybody, for being here. Special thanks to Hua’er for organizing this event, Antonie and Zwei for moderating and translating, and […] >> Read more
思考, 2019.03.01 Fri, by

The Snake that Eats Itself

The first appearance of the ouroboros—the mythological snake that eats its own tail—appears in an ancient funerary text discovered in the tomb of Tutankhamen in 14th century BC. Across cultures, this act of autophagy has symbolized the cyclical processes of life and death, whose union can be seen formulating pre-modern conceptions of eternity. >> Read more
思考, 2018.06.19 Tue, by

Art Basel Unreport—Beautiful But Boring?

“Always the same thing. How boring! Pedants definitely!” said Oblomov, yawning. Basel is still the best art fair in the world. You knew that already. It runs as smoothly as Swiss Rail. No air-conditioning problems here! Yet there is a growing sense Art Basel is getting predictable. At first, I thought it was just me, […] >> Read more
思考, 2018.03.15 Thu, by

“Detour” Attempts a Détournement of Exhibition Making

Why walk in areas adjacent to the museum? Why couple the acts of walking with exhibition viewing? Even if the practice of the institution is intimately connected to the local environment, this doesn't necessarily mean that bundling the acts of walking, discussion and exhibition viewing together is a comprehensive response to this issue. >> Read more

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