Some words around what it meant when Cecilia Bjartmar Hylta abstracted the act of masturbation into a large vibrating dildo wall. Or, why we feel sick making art.
In Good Speaker, Elise Macmillan reconstructs from memory a radio commercial she heard during her early youth.
Blueish black density falls down from the top edge of the canvas. I’m absorbed into the infinite space. In the gap, the sound of the northern lights rustle.
High resolution images don’t make us more perceptive. Quite the contrary.
On Magnus Enckell’s canvases, flesh and bone pile up in formations that spell out words I can read, but not yet write.
For artist Simona Barbera, sound has come to be more about its consequences.
In a winter of no content, can memories of artworks activate our sense of wonder when the works themselves are absent?
A safari into the empire of illusion where shiny Amazon trucks drive through the streets and police helicopters hover in the sky.
Kunstkritikk’s Editor-in-Chief Mariann Enge rounds off this year’s Christmas countdown with three exhibitions from 2020 that gave her hope.
Which were the most crackerjack exhibitions of 2020 according to Kunstkritikk’s Swedish editor?
Kunstkritikk’s Danish editor looks back on a year in art that included mermaid zombies and a heartfelt glitch of a group exhibition.
Long live pataphysics! Kunstkritikk’s Norwegian editor, Stian Gabrielsen, shares his top three exhibitions of 2020.