Explorations in film and book-culture, in the image-book format.
A book by Ana Vujanović and Bojana Cvejić critically untangles individualist modes of performing the self, surveying various forms of possessive, aesthetic, and autopoietic individualism.
Written as a continuous essay in a style at once poetic and philosophically rigorous, Baudelaire’s Shadow sheds new light on The Flowers of Evil and its significance for our understanding of modern poetry and subjectivity.
[:en]Recognized as the most successful translation of The Flowers of Evil by eminent poetry critic Marjorie Perloff, this version of Baudelaire sets a new standard for fidelity to the original and sensitivity to the tone of this central work of modern literature. [:]
The artistic practice of Carlos Martiel critically explores the structural racism and political systemic historical violence against all socially marginalized bodies, black, female, sexually and gender non-normative, queer, immigrant bodies and generally stands as a condemnation of the dominant North American and Eurocentric discursive and social stigmatizations of otherness.
Croatian and international writers are commissioned by the Yale University and Queer Zagreb to produce their work about the understanding of the queer mythology, family myths and maturing. Their work is presented in the form of stage readings and followed by the conversation.
The presentation and the chapter reading from the book of Wagner Schwartz “Never together, but at the same time” concerns the socio-cultural context and public reactions to the performance of “La Bête” in 2017, at the Museum of Modern Art in São Paulo, during which a photo was shared online presenting an artist being touched by a child and her mother.
— on Lubitsch, Shakespeare and the Theatricality of Power
The exhibition presents a survey of both contemporary and historical pirate care practices and it is accompanied by a public programme focusing on Healthcare As Disobedience.
[:en]Tactical Poetics and Optimised Poetics introduce poetic practices of co-creational textual production in the age of mass surveillance, artificial intelligence, and digital commodification. [:]