Christina Ada Anders, studied German philology and philosophy in Dresden an Leipzig before moving a few years to Kiel. Born in Weimar the cultural memory of the city is something she carrying in her heart. With the edition of chosen letters and diaries from Alfred Ahner (1890-1973) an Artist of Weimar she is re-discovering some nearly forgotten parts of every day history.
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BY ZEB OLSEN
@ VOL 9
ON FEB 28, 2014
Zeb Olsen shares her life as an artist, in between teaching, working in a shop, and mothering a daughter. From being a guitarist in a band to a sculptor to a painter, Zeb's path has taken her all around Australia and she finds inspiration everywhere she goes.
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BY SANDOW BIRK
@ UNITED STATES ARTISTS 2014 ARTISTS ASSEMBLY
ON MAR 24, 2015
Artist Sandow Birk work includes painitngs and woodblock prints. He is influenced by nineteen century European romantic painting which he layers with hip-hop culture and his art evolves from fictional history to real history painting. His themes are current events, the war in Iraq. His last project was a creation of illuminated manuscript based on traditional islamic manuscripts.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on July 27th 2015.
Species of Space
BY ROBERT POWELL
@ VOL 33
ON APR 22, 2016
Robert Powell has long been interested in encyclopaedic and organisational forms. His practice explores representations of reality that are universal, yet constantly subverted as they are enmeshed in a web of cultural and personal memory, of national histories and myths, always with the covering cherub of art history looming above. This interest was also exemplified his recent solo exhibition in Quebec City entitled ‘A Universal History of Iniquity’, which the artist has described as ‘a universal history viewed through the prism of Borges’ Aleph relocated to a Stockbridge basement.’
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@ VOL 1
ON NOV 11, 2016
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