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Concerning to hard way to enlightenment

Concerning to hard way to enlightenment

with Stephan Dillemuth

Have you ever thought about the educational systems and the casual market goods like tea or coffee active especially now when the Universities are branding themselves to advertise and provide expansive services around the world… The customer in this case pays for the education like for pizza delivery […]

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Act of destruction

Act of destruction

with Rainer Ganahl

Along with the famous Bicycle Manifesto, doing reading seminars for Rainer Ganahl is one of the main artistic practices since 90’s. Perhaps at least half of the planet has personal relation with Lenin’s text on imperialism and no matter how evil or influential has it been for particular people or countries’ […]

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Explicitly political context

Explicitly political context

with Anton Vidokle

Artist and the founder of the e-flux journal, Anton Vidokle, was one of the first who raised the educational topic within the exhibition space. After the loud cancellation on ethnic basis of Manifesta 6 in 2005, where Vidokle was taking part as a co-curator, he, in collaboration with Boris Groys, Liam […]

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Why did i found it

Why did i found it

with Nazareth Karoyan

After being a storage keeper of the first ever museum of modern art in the Soviet Union, (opened in Yerevan in 1972), having  co-founded and edited In Vitro magazine (first Armenian publication on the contemporary art issues), taking part in the dissident group “Black Square” activities and opposing conservative […]

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Very long process

Very long process

with Razvan Ion

During the evolving 1st Tbilisi Triennial forum at Goethe institute, CaucasusArtMag met with the co-founder and the director of Bucharest Biennial, one of the most rapidly growing East European art events since 2005, Razvan Ion to share his observations and experience to our reader.

Razvan Ion: It’s a very long process of […]

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Out of comfort zone

Out of comfort zone

with Katharina Stadler

No secret, those 70 years of red occupation and 90’s decade of endless internal conflicts still carry the high barriers on the way of liberation, illustrating predefined conditions of closed spaces even among the new generations. Perhaps building up the society capable for activation of exchange processes seems to be […]

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Hiding and exposing

Hiding and exposing

with Nikolaus Hirsch

Nikolaus Hirsch is a Frankfurt-based architect, curator and director of Städelschule and Portikus. Previously he has held academic positions at the Architectural Association in London, the Institute for Applied Theatre Studies at Gießen University and the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. His architectural work includes the award-winning Dresden Synagogue (2001), Hinzert […]

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Attempts of being a multiplicity

Attempts of being a multiplicity

with J. Morgan Puett

In 1998 J. Morgan Puett together with Mark Dion and friends re-discovered, 96-acre of abandoned land in the woods of rural Northeastern Pennsylvania, nearby New York State in the upper Delaware River Valley historically known as “the old Miller farm”. However it was Mildred Steffens, one of nine […]

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Abstraction and discomfort

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Abstraction and discomfort

with Marion von Osten

CaucasusArtMag: One of your works is presented on the façade of Tbilisi Triennial’s main pavilion. It’s a kind of event introduction for the viewer. What is the main message in this case?

Marion von Osten: What we see on the wall are blue and red colors. After every image one of […]

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Academy as exhibition

Academy as exhibition

with Henk Slager

Henk Slager was the first to come on Wato Tsereteli’s mind for collaboration call on the 1st Tbilisi Triennial. Right this curatorial tandem accepted the challenge of provoking academies to rethink institutional conditions on the permanent basis and to bring the variety of collective practices from different cultural backgrounds together. However […]

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