Sand and sea: Charles Lim and Shabbir Hussain Mustafa on the Singapore Pavilion in Venice – interview


Artist Charles Lim and Shabbir Hussain Mustafa, curator of the Singapore Pavilion, reveal the intensive research behind the 2015 project.

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Anselm Franke to curate “global systemic crisis” themed Taipei Biennial 2012


German curator and art writer Anselm Franke will curate a biennial that draws its thematic inspiration from “the current situation of a global systemic crisis.”

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Words in Art: India’s Raqs Media Collective see all words as equal


Indian artist group Raqs Media Collective is the first to be featured as part of our new words-in-art series. In this interview, Raqs talks about how they use written language to express their particular views and thoughts within their new media works. – Group conversation and discussion, and the recording of this narrative, is integral to their art practice – Their biggest challenge to date was the curation of “The Rest of Now” for Manifesta 7 in 2008 – The group likes to use words that leave the reader asking questions and for them, words have no hierarchy – The installation Skirmish (2010) is part of an ongoing series of ‘love stories’ – Time is often explored in artwork by Raqs and is a concept that particularly interests the group; they discuss Escapement – A show at Experimenter Gallery in February, 2011, is announced as well as a new light sculpture, Revoltage.

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