Today from our friends at Kadist, we bring you a video interview with South African artist Dineo Seshee Bopape. She speaks about artist-run spaces in Johannesburg, a new work commissioned by the Montreal Biennale, her current show Untitled (of Occult Instability) [Feelings] at Palais de Tokyo, and the relationship between sound and image in her video Why Do You Call Me When You Know I Can’t[…..]
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Shotgun Reviews are an open forum where we invite the international art community to contribute timely, short-format responses to an exhibition or event. If you are interested in submitting a Shotgun Review, please click this link for more information. In this Shotgun Review, Leila Easa reviews Fiamma Montezemolo: The Secret at Kadist in San Francisco. Like many other fascinating thought exercises, artist and anthropologist Fiamma[…..]
Today from our friends at Kadist Art Foundation, we bring you a video of artist Irena Haiduk on Yugoexport, a non-aligned oral-corporation. Yugoexport is a “productivist force extending the institutions of leisure and labor,” offering “release from the cruelty of waiting, wasting, transition, and sucking the life out of things” and operating with the tagline “Hope is the greatest Whore.” This video was originally published in[…..]
Today, from our friends at Kadist, we bring you the first video in a two-part interview with Beatriz Santiago Muñoz. Michele Fiedler talks with Muñoz about Ojos Para Mis Enemigos, a piece done in collaboration with Pedro Ortiz exploring an abandoned military base in Puerto Rico, the displacement of families as a result of the base’s construction, and her project Prisoner’s Cinema. Watch the second part of this interview here. This[…..]
Today, we bring you a video from our friends at Kadist Art Foundation. In this video, Barbara Bloom (in conversation with Jo-ey Tang), describes the impetus for her installation The Bedroom (1997), her fascination with the utilitarian object and the fictional narrative, and the work’s inception in a flea market gouache painting.
Today we bring you a video excerpt of Richard T. Walker‘s recent performance the security of impossibility, part of the Summer Music Series at Kadist San Francisco. Originally performed on July 10, 2013, the security is composed of layered harmonies, live and recorded music, multiple projections, and participant-operated tape players.