The Indonesian art group ruangrupa
are both the first Asians and the first collective to curate documenta. Here they discuss its central concept of ‘lumbung’ [granary] – a way of managing resources for a collective sustainability.
This article addresses the recent history of Iran – from the internal struggle to achieve and maintain political stability, to the sustained ostracism from the western media and other governments’ foreign policies.
The writer and poet’s foreword to Hsiao-Hung Pai’s Angry White People describes the racist violence he experienced from the police and the National Front in 1980s London, and the Black and Asian self-defence groups who fought to counter it.
Applications are open for two early-career artists working with the moving image. They will each receive a £6,000 artist fee and £19,000 production budget, plus production support, to create new work to be exhibited in London and Leeds in 2022.
Emerging from the different rhythms and temporalities of a seaside town, this collection of works by Josefin Arnell, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Paul Maheke, Dipesh Pandya and Naïmé Perrette move between physical absence and digital presence.
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