Category: ENVIRONMENT

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Adam Raymont: A Splace in Berlin

By admin on September 27, 2015

Splace was an eleven part series of experimental art exhibitions in Berlin during the Summer of 2010. The shows each took place for one night only in the Fernseherturm pavilion, a unique space located at…

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Keith Gessen & Margarita Shalina

By admin on Juni 27, 2015

Russia, the Revolution Will Not Be Televised The fear of an opaque future makes us long for what has already passed, when in actuality it’s as the song goes – ‚there were never any good…

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Andrei Codrescu & Andrea Hiott

By admin on Juni 27, 2015

Geography is Destiny Two notes before reading: This interview was mostly conducted in virtual space. Also, be aware that Andrei Codrescu uses the term „herm“ instead of „his“ or „her“ to evoke an all-encompassing gender…

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Wayne Kostenbaum: Imaginary Places

By admin on Juni 27, 2015

Imaginary Places Article and interview by Anna Rohleder, 2011. Even in a brief conversation with Wayne Koestenbaum, it becomes apparent that his interests are broad-ranging, from Sigmund Freud to film stars, 1960s American pop-culture icons…

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Bradley Wester: Interstice

By admin on Juni 27, 2015

The In-Between Place of Contemporary Art and Politics When I arrived in New York from New Orleans in 1978 to become an artist, the city was emerging from a very dark time. New York nearly…

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Sholeh Wolpe: On Forough Farrokzad

By admin on Juni 27, 2015

Sensual Visitation Pulse: You were born in Iran and lived in Trinidad and England as a child. Today, you are a presence in the creative world of the United States, especially in California where you…

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Aleksander Hemon & Michelle Standley

By admin on Juni 27, 2015

Fractured Enviornments His first two works, Nowhere Man (2004) and The Question of Bruno (2001), were well-received. The Lazarus Project (2008) and James Woods’ admiring review of it in The New Yorker established Hemon’s reputation, significantly raising his literary profile in…

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Marilynne Robinson: Sense of Home

By admin on Juni 27, 2015

Interview and article by Jason Green. Photo: Kelly Ruth Winter Home is the focal point in each of Marilynne Robinson’s novels. In Housekeeping (1981), the old family home in Fingerbone provides refuge for the orphaned…

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Michael Klare & Stone Gossard

By admin on Mai 28, 2015

THE END OF OIL? Pearl Jam’s Stone Gossard in discussion with author Michael Klare, 2008. Stone Gossard: I read your book ”Blood and Oil” about three months ago and I thought it was amazing – really…