If everyone knew that control society was being realized, then why did panic not erupt?
The Office for Contemporary Art Norway invites us to step away from the Western canon. A radical multi-voicedness awaits on the other side. But how does this affect the tradition of canon criticism?
Presented at Kunstnerforbundet in Oslo, Marthe Ramm Fortun’s obstacle course through the city teases out the prejudices that govern public behaviour.
Lea Porsager combines the zany with the stringent as she casts herself as a sex-obsessed shaman, conjuring images of things that are not visible to the naked eye.
In the Nordic Pavilion in Venice, insects, green growths in glass containers, and clusters of seaweed all thrive. Whether it is inhabitable to us humans is less certain.
In her beautiful sci-fi noir installation at the Danish Pavilion in Venice, Larissa Sansour asks what the memory of national identity means once a tsunami has washed away everything.
The 58th Venice Biennale provides an image of art’s postdigital condition, where politics is consigned to the level of the individual artwork.
Venice Special: a guide to Nordic exhibitions and events taking place during the Venice Biennial’s opening days.
What is national identity in the wake of a climate apocalypse? Larissa Sansour on her contribution to the Danish Pavilion in Venice.