While Cameron Rowland’s exhibition 3 & 4 Will. IV c. 73 at the ICA will be extended by every day lost, you can read Dr. Marina Vishmidt’s ‘text’ – as it is much more than just a review – in the forthcoming issue of Artforum, which has removed its paywall.
A paragon of digital literature, London poet and artist Penny Goring's 2014 prose amasses confessions of violence, trauma, sex and art. Tank re-publish here with a donation link for Refuge
, who support victims of domestic abuse – a cold reminder that we are not all safe in our homes.
Watch the two films planned for next The Machine that Kills Bad People screening for free hosted by NFB and BFI – Alanis Obomsawin’s Incident at Restigouche (1984) and Sandra Lahire’s Serpent River (1989) accompanied by a specially commissioned essay by Tendai Mutambu on Incident at Restigouche.
Sven Augustijnen’s 2011 non-fiction work was conceived to uncover the truth of the death of Patrice Lumumba, Congo’s first elected prime minister and to investigate the line separating legitimation and historiography.
Four Rooms is a free online programme that will stream four live conversations over Facebook Live from 3 – 5 April. Each room is inhabited by a live conversation: with Elizabeth A. Povinelli (on Virus and Interdependence of Lives); Shahram Khosravi (on Pandemic and Politics of Borders); a reading session based on Astrida Neimani's Hydrofeminism: Or, On Becoming a Body of Water, guided by Paul Maheke; and a conversation with Denise Ferreira Da Silva (on The Logics of Exclusions and Obliteration in Self-Isolation). Four Rooms is a programme conceived and moderated by Daniel Blanga Gubbay, as an online fictional hotel, fictionally hosted by the narrative of The Khan.
Track of the Day
Blue is the color of the planet from the view above
Long live our reign, long live our love
Green is the planet from the eyes of a turtle dove
’Til it runs red, runs red with blood