Antre Peaux hosted the second (post-pandemic) opening of its new UrsuLaB: an artistic biolab dedicated to living things and ecologies.
Published 21 June 2021 by Elsa Ferreira
From a hippy festival in rural East Germany after the fall of the Berlin Wall to its current edition in the former headquarters of the Stasi, Werkleitz has come a long way.
Published 29 January 2021 by Rob La Frenais
Sophie Hoyle explores an intersectional approach to post-colonial, queer, feminist, critical psychiatry and disability issues.” The artist will be in Bourges in April.
Published 18 December 2020 by la rédaction
MakersXchange examines mobility programs for makers to better understand their needs for a future pilot program. New interview with Stephen Kovats from r0g_agency for open culture and critical transformation.
Published 23 November 2020 by Rob La Frenais
The Rencontres Internationales Monde-s Multiple-s was is held online from November 13 to December 6. Interview with Vienne Chan and Boris Oicherman from The Forms of Ownership.
Published 23 November 2020 by Elsa Ferreira
From November 13 to December 6, for Mondes Multiples online festival, Berlin-based Italian artist Marco Barotti presents his work Clams, a commentary on water pollution and the ingenuity of ecosystems.
Published 18 November 2020 by Rob La Frenais
As part of the Rencontres Internationales Monde-s Multiple-s in Bourges, France, we met the artists Daniela Mitterberger & Tiziano Derme on their work with bats and interspecies communication.
Published 16 November 2020 by Dare Pejić
As part of the Rencontres Internationales Monde-s Multiple-s in Bourges, France, we met Silvio Vujičić, a Zagreb based artist who passionately explores materiality and temporality in his year-long art practice.
Published 13 November 2020 by Rob La Frenais
The Rencontres Internationales Monde-s Multiple-s was to be held in Bourges from November 13 to December 6, 2020. But the confinement will have decided otherwise. Interview with Margherita Pevere.
Published 29 May 2018 by Rob La Frenais
Whether studying the regenerative abilities of the salamander or the myth of aquatic humans, the Slovenian artist is pushing the limits of life in order to rethink what it means to be human.
Published 20 October 2015 by Ewen Chardronnet
The MoveOn-Werkleitz festival, Germany, was celebrating 20 years of Emare artist residency program in medialabs. And disrupts entrenched habits by inviting migrants.