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  • ISSUE N°6

    ISSUE N°6

    EXHIBITIONS (and Museums) With Regina José Galindo From the birth of the gallery, and its evolution in the museum, art exhibitions followed the symbolic architectural line of the ruling class over time. A compelling issue with a variety of voices deconstructing ties and habits underlying the relationship between art and power. Sometimes with some cracks…

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  • ISSUE N°5

    ISSUE N°5

    The fifth issue focuses on the theme of the peripheries. This is here understood not only as an urbanistic biais but as a relational concept between two dichotomous subjectivities such as the the world as the periphery of the Occident, idleness as the periphery of rationality, women as the periphery of men, the migrant sans…

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  • ISSUE N°2

    ISSUE N°2

    With Kenneth Goldsmith Published by Urubu and the Council of Europe (ICC) “I congratulated them on the fact that they made a robot parrot a dead poet” Kenneth Goldsmith This month, after VOICE OVER CONFLICT we are back with our second issue, VOICE OVER BAD AI. It’s about Artificial Intelligence, its naivety and bias. Also, among some very interesting articles by…

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  • 1st ISSUE

    1st ISSUE

    CONFLICT With Jimmie Durham Here is our first run, and we are very proud to feature an extensive, generous, and witty article by international artist Jimmie Durham.  He writes about reconciliation, resistance, and language.  Architect Bita Azimi draws a sensitive line from the myth of Antigone to Gropius and investigates architecture in the political representation/play. Offensive freedom in…

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