When Paris’ infamous museum of anatomical pathology closed its doors in 2016, a controversial collection disappeared from view.
The use of artificial intelligence in Dorsen’s practice draws out an ontological ambiguity that is already embedded in theater, thus revisiting some of the most fundamental questions that have preoccupied the genre since its origins.
An interview with the Mexican artist on the eve of his new show “ECHO” at Galerie Perrotin.
“Bacon always said that what he wanted to do with his work was to celebrate life. When you love life, you integrate all parts of it — even death, even cruelty, it’s all part of life.”
Life should encapsulate the boring, the really difficult, the easy, the sexy, and the downright shit. All of that — that’s what you want.
In the mid-20th century, poets and artists started taking existing texts and images and then redacting and erasing them to form new ones.
The idea was to create a project that would depict the way these ethnic minority groups live, what their daily lives look like, as well as how the government watches them 24/7.
Cusk flags up a great truth: other people’s conversations will only ever be filtered through the interpretive prism of the listener.
Among the cats and sunsets and carefully curated cappuccino shots, Instagram finds itself home to a new literary phenomenon: Instagram poetry.