‘More Than Living’ opened on September 27 at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris. It was a complex, multi-faceted and ambitious project on several levels. The exhibition is visible until October 22nd. Makery attempted an overview.
Published 31 August 2022 by Maya Minder
This year, Documenta Fifteen claimed to be different from previous editions, and after the consequences, there will never be one like it again. Makery was there.
Published 30 August 2022 by Annick Bureaud
Inaugurating an ambitious three-year program, the More-Than-Planet exhibition is now on view at the Old Observatory of Leiden (Netherlands) though December 31, 2022.
Published 5 June 2022 by Rob La Frenais
In parallel to their new exhibition 'Hackers, Makers, Thinkers - Collective experiments in social fermenting', a two days event was proposed at Art Laboratory Berlin.
Published 16 February 2022 by Maya Minder
A two-week Bachelor of Design class at the University of Nîmes (France), initiated by artist and academic Lucile Haute, experimented with biofabrication using kombucha cellulose, novel material.
Published 9 February 2022 by Dare Pejić
Quorum sensing, an investigative art science project by Helena Nikonole and Lucy Ojomoko, proposes smelling as potential detection activity to track diseases and becomes a (self)diagnosing tool.
Published 23 December 2021 by Elsa Ferreira
At the Center for Art and Mental Health in Copenhagen, Ida Bencke, Birgit Bundesen and Nazila Kivi organized writing workshops and an exhibition around the theme of maternity.
Published 14 September 2021 by Rob La Frenais
In Airship Dreams: Escaping Gravity exhibition and publication, artist Mike Stubbs explores Britain’s Imperial Airship programme, as well as reflecting on our sense of place, belonging and ownership of our society and its direction.
Published 1 September 2021 by Adam Zaretsky
Adam Zaretsky’s last essay in his summer series of speculative texts is a letter to Lulu and Nana, the controversial "CRISPR babies" born in November 2018.
Published 19 August 2021 by Adam Zaretsky
Adam Zaretsky's fourth essay in his summer series of speculative texts proposes a "Philosophy of the Biological Bedroom, or a Prelude for Transgenic Humans".
Published 6 August 2021 by Adam Zaretsky
Third essay of Adam Zaretsky' summer series of speculative texts regarding contemporary biotechnological research.
Published 2 August 2021 by Adam Zaretsky
Second essay of Adam Zaretsky' summer series of speculative texts based on his own artistic practice and the ethical and philosophical questions he raises regarding contemporary biotechnological research.
Published 23 July 2021 by Adam Zaretsky
Makery invites Adam Zaretsky for a summer series of speculative texts on the ethical and philosophical questions regarding contemporary biological research.
Published 14 July 2021 by Roland Fischer
For five months, Kunsthaus Langenthal in Switzerland is being transformed into a H.o.Me. – Home for obsolete media. Last week to visit the exhibition.
Published 17 June 2021 by Rosemary Lee
Rosemary Lee proposes an essay on resilience as a critical approach to technology.
Published 27 April 2021 by Elsa Ferreira
Dans Identités du transitoire (Les Presses du réel, 2021), Jehanne Dautrey et Patrick Beaucé, explorent l'architecture qui se monte aussi vite qu'elle se démonte. Des constructions agiles et politiques ou urgence et réflexion partagent un même espace-temps.
Published 26 February 2021 by Rob La Frenais
In ‘Extraterrestrial - The First Sign of Intelligent Life beyond Earth’, Avi Loeb, former chair of astronomy at Harvard University, confirms that the interstellar object `Oumuamua, could be a sign of extraterrestial life. Review.
Published 16 February 2021 by Maya Minder
Artist and designer Fara Peluso speaks about deterioration, decomposition, symbiosis and running out of time. A novel approach to speculative design thinking.
Published 17 December 2020 by Rob La Frenais
Tiny Mining is a mineral exploration co-operative and community committed to the open source exploitation of the interior of the human body for rare earth and other mineral resources.
Published 3 November 2020 by Rob La Frenais
In the last years of the ’60s two extraordinary experiments happening in London, the Drury Lane Arts Lab and the New London Arts Lab are the subject of a new book by David Curtis - ‘London’s Arts Labs and the 60’s Avant-Garde’.