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Conversations with some of the most engaged artists and thinkers working today.

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    • Visual Arts

Conversations with some of the most engaged artists and thinkers working today.

    Stephanie Dinkins on "Afro-now-ism"

    Stephanie Dinkins on "Afro-now-ism"

    Elvia Wilk talks to artist Stephanie Dinkins about her ongoing projects involving AI, and recent text, “Afro-now-ism,” published in Noema magazine.

    Stephanie Dinkins is a transmedia artist and professor at Stony Brook University where she holds the Kusama Endowed Chair in Art. 

    • 54 min
    Luis Camnitzer on One Number Is Worth One Word

    Luis Camnitzer on One Number Is Worth One Word

    Luis Camnitzer and editor Ben Eastham have a conversation following the June 2020 publication of One Number Is Worth One Word, the latest in the e-flux journal book series with Sternberg Press. 

    For nearly 60 years, Luis Camnitzer has been obsessing about the same things. As an art student in Uruguay in 1960, Camnitzer was part of a collective of artists, students, and educators who reformed the School of Fine Arts in Montevideo.

    • 45 min
    Charles Mudede reads "White Knee, Black Neck"

    Charles Mudede reads "White Knee, Black Neck"

    Charles Mudede joins us from Seattle to read “White Knee, Black Neck,” published in the June 2020 issue of e-flux journal. 

    Charles Mudede is a Zimbabwean-born cultural critic, urbanist, filmmaker, and writer. Mudede, who teaches at Cornish College of the Arts, collaborated with the director Robinson Devor on two films, Police Beat and Zoo. Mudede is also associate editor for The Stranger, a Seattle weekly, and directed the 2020 film Thin Skin. 

    • 20 min
    Marina Vishmidt: Speculation as a Mode of Production

    Marina Vishmidt: Speculation as a Mode of Production

    Andreas Petrossiants speaks with Marina Vishmidt about her book, Speculation as a Mode of Production: Forms of Value Subjectivity in Art and Capital. 

    • 55 min
    Aliza Shvarts and Emily Apter on Purported

    Aliza Shvarts and Emily Apter on Purported

    Hallie Ayres speaks to Emily Apter and Aliza Shvarts. The conversation was scheduled following the opening of Aliza Shvarts: Purported at Art In General on February 20, 2020.

    Aliza Shvarts is an artist and theorist who takes a queer and feminist approach to reproductive labor and language. Her current work focuses on testimony and the circulation of speech in the digital age.

    • 59 min
    Red Love: a reader on Alexandra Kollontai

    Red Love: a reader on Alexandra Kollontai

    Conversation with editors Maria Lind, Michele Masucci, and Joanna Warsza following a postponed book launch at e-flux for Red Love: a reader on Alexandra Kollontai, presented by CuratorLab at Konstfack University, Tensta konsthall, Cabinet and Sternberg Press.

    The reader is accessible in open access on Konstfack’s website.

    • 43 min

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