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Performer Kembra Pfahler Wants Us All to Change the World
“The time is nigh to act quickly, aggressively, to be explosive,” the iconic American artist tells AnOther
Taken from Another
From bathroom booty shots to a personal reinvention, a new exhibition explores how Amalia Ulman’s take on Instagram tropes has held the digital sphere captivated
This Novel Is Made Entirely of Terrifying GIFs
In much of her work, Austria-based artist Addie Wagenknecht takes the concept of connectedness, and technological networks as a jumping off point, and a means to comment on human interaction. Wagenknecht, the recipient of a 2014 Andy Warhol Foundation grant, member of the Free Art & Technology (F.A.T.) Lab and cofounder of NORTD Labs, who’s shown her work around the world, including at the Museum of Modern Art and Phillips auction house, has two shows coming up: subversiv at the GrazMuseum on February 25th, and Panopticon, at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art in Salt Lake City, opening February 13th.
We asked Wagenknecht to talk us through a couple of her most recent pieces.
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