Explorations in film and book-culture, in the image-book format.
— on Lubitsch, Shakespeare and the Theatricality of Power
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.
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.
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. [:]
[: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. [:]
[:en]Two pamphlet-publications by our friends and colleagues from the Swedish cultural journal “Glänta”. [:]
[:en]This book is most concerned with science fiction futures that crack history open, allowing something unaccountable to emerge, something singular and new.[:]
A volume of interviews conducted between March and June 2020, edited by Magdalena Taube and Krystian Woznicki from Berliner Gazette.