Who Cracks the Whip?: Angharad Williams | Mousse | article

Who Cracks the Whip?: Angharad Williams | Mousse | article

Welsh artist Angharad Williams’s eclectic practice encompasses diverse forms—from painting to sculpture, as well as video, installations, and performances. These expressions are informed by questions around authority, speech, and class. Due to the constraints of the pandemic, Williams’s work has become more static and materially 

Blending as Resistance: Peppi Bottrop / Mousse / review

Blending as Resistance: Peppi Bottrop / Mousse / review

Regarding the artist’s working space, Daniel Buren once wrote that the studio frames the reality and truth of an artwork. In his text The Function of the Studio (1979) he suggested that the work of art ultimately belongs in the studio, because it is only 

A Promise of Love and Madness: Leila Hekmat | Mousse | review

A Promise of Love and Madness: Leila Hekmat | Mousse | review

A poster recalling 1970s giallo film aesthetics heralds the play CROCOPAZZO! by Leila Hekmat at Galerie Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin, but upon crossing the gallery’s threshold one realizes that the actual play was already performed in petit comité and what remains comprises the exhibition. CROCOPAZZO!’s structure is complex, as it includes a number