Shuang Li: Body, Soul, Desires, and Affections / Heichi / article

Shuang Li: Body, Soul, Desires, and Affections / Heichi / article

In his book Testo Junkie, the philosopher Paul B. Preciado claims that the real engine of capitalism is the pharmacopornographic control of our subjectivities. The products of this economy are serotonin, testosterone, cortisone, antibiotics, alcohol, tobacco, morphine, insulin, cocaine, Viagra, basically any substance that facilitates the 

Danica Barboza / Kaleidoscope / article

Danica Barboza / Kaleidoscope / article

Danica Barboza’s practice encompasses a multiplicity of forms. The great commonality linking her sculptures, drawings and writing is the artist’s emphasis on the processes of deconstruction and discovery. Her narratives grow out from the dissection of bodies and structures, and are leavened with a sharp 

Agathe Bauer, issue 0: Picking Up Promises / publication

Agathe Bauer, issue 0: Picking Up Promises / publication

The title of publication series ‘Agathe Bauer’ stands for a broadly misheard hook “I’ve got the power” from a German 1990 Eurodance hit ‘The Power’ by the band Snap!. The hook that turned the song into a hit, came from Jocelyn Brown’s track ‘Love’s Gonna 

9 Stand-Outs From Berlin Art Week 2019

9 Stand-Outs From Berlin Art Week 2019

Berlin Art Week has begun, with a slew of talks, tours, art awards, and exhibitions, not to mention two fairs—Art Berlin and Discovery. Here, Berlin local Gabriela Acha scoured the exhibitions, from pop up project spaces to established galleries, to offer a glimpse of the