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The father of modern curating, Harald Szeeman, is memorialised at Castello di Rivoli in Turin with a lavish presentation of obsessive archiving and a hint of kitsch.
Debates on cultural politics in Denmark and Sweden, a five-year programme of art in public space in Oslo, and three Nordic artists represented in the Venice Biennial main exhibition.
Lap-See Lam demonstrates the advantages that transhumanism, technocapitalism, and post-internet art have in common.
Anton Vidokle’s cosmo-philosophical films push pre-revolutionary man towards immortality. The result is pan-historic sci-fi of the highest calibre.
Visual art events on International Women’s Day, nominees for the Norwegian Art Critics’ Prize announced, and a new masters program in curating and art criticism.
Can Tori Wrånes’s melancholic fairy-feminism save us from patriarchy?
Louisiana’s grand Pipilotti Rist show presents 30 years of intimate exchanges between body and screen, from low-fi punk to immersive installations.
Yngve Holen and Agatha Wara take an all-electric SUV for a test ride and talk about Holen’s exhibition that opens at Kunstnernes Hus in Oslo.
Two Nordic biennials reach their tenth editions, Louisiana has troubles with a Swiss sponsor, and there is “a real crisis” with regard to acquisitions in Norwegian museums.
Using fainting and surgery as subject matter, Marianna Simnett explores the immediacy of the medicalised body at Copenhagen Contemporary.
The Berlin film festival’s experimental extension seeks to renegotiate the relationship between moving images and life.