Isaac Julien's nine-screen homage to modernist architect Lina Bo Bardi is 'a rich saturation of audio-visual echoes and projections'.
Bernardo Faria reflects on decentralised infrastructures, software sovereignty, and collaborative practices for artists.
Throughout SP-Arte 2018, an expressive array of artwork communicated healthy questions surrounding art and its relation to the world—from within the problematic processes and systems that sustain it.
Since its inauguration in 2005 it has grown consistently and organically into a multi-sector international event that in 2016 housed 147 exhibitors
The 19th edition of Videobrasil shifted all its programming towards the theme 'Southern Panoramas.' In other words, the Global South and its social fabric—-its diasporas, hybrid identities, and migration flows.
Cai Guo-Qiang was born in 1957 in Quanzhou City, Fujian Province, China. He was a child during Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution and strongly influenced by society's vision for social utopia. Cai trained in stage design at the Shanghai Theatre Acadmey. He left China in 1986, spending almost 9 years as a young artist in...