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.
A Dual Language Edition
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.
Friday, Oct 16, 2020 @ Galerija Nova, MaMa
The exhibition “Paper Struggles” documents how struggles over access to knowledge, in the context of global economic inequalities and inequalities in the „knowledge society”, materialise in the form of print, photocopy and printout.more
This text, written in April 2020, will itself not abide by the rules of proper distancing. Rather than respect common distinctions and clear-cut lines of separation, it will freely, in an unfiltered manner, intertwine cinematic fiction and today’s reality.more
Tactical Poetics and Optimised Poetics introduce poetic practices of co-creational textual production in the age of mass surveillance, artificial intelligence, and digital commodification.more
Two pamphlet-publications by our friends and colleagues from the Swedish cultural journal “Glänta”.more
A volume of interviews conducted between March and June 2020, edited by Magdalena Taube and Krystian Woznicki from Berliner Gazette.more