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West Goes East: Barbara Benish completes the circle Tony Ozuna | interview | 01.01.2005
WEST GOES EAST: BARBARA BENISH COMPLETES THE CIRCLE
In Democracy in America, Tocqueville describes a remarkable scene that he comes across in the wilderness of Alabama in 1831. The European intellectual traveler stumbles across an Indian woman followed by a “Negress” who is holding the hand of a “little white girl of five or six years.” The Indian is described as a noble, “her hair adorned with glass beads,” and the negress is described as a slave…
You Look Wonderful Today. You Always Look Fabulous, But Much More So Today. Zuzana Štefková | interview | 01.01.2005
YOU LOOK WONDERFUL TODAY. YOU ALWAYS LOOK FABULOUS, BUT MUCH MORE SO TODAY.
An Interview With Juliana Kratochvílová I don’t remember how long it has been since I left school, but I’ve been a model for 23 years. Next week, on November 21st I’m going to be 63. I’ve been a model since I was 40. At that time I saw an advertisement in the Večerní Praha newspaper, and I thought, ‘well, I won’t be just sitting around at home and waiting.’ I am a Scorpio, we are full of energy…
Get Along With What We Have Vít Havránek | interview | 01.03.2004
GET ALONG WITH WHAT WE HAVE
Jiří Kovanda’s activities in the seventies became a significant pillar of Czech alternative culture. Recently, Kovanda has begun to be recognized abroad, particularly for his personal approach to urban public places; he has been presented at a number of international exhibitions in Europe. The actions, however, are merely aspects of many stages. In the eighties he painted, drew and, in the…
Ass Rings Anna Irmanovová a Jiří Ptáček | interview | 01.01.2004
ASS RINGS
Blue Noses: four middle-aged Russian men. When you watch their videos you might think they are crack-brained, funny, embarrassing or brilliant. Their work is borderline parody, buffoonery, social criticism, but you never know exactly which way they lean. Putin, Bush, Harry Potter, Chechnyan terrorist, Oleg Kulig, feminism, Lenin and James Bond — whole committees of media icons take on the…
Virtual Art — the Aura of the Digital "Fortunately it is unknown where the journey will end." - An interview with Dr. Oliver Grau,Berlin, Germany Susanne Schuricht | interview | 01.01.2004
VIRTUAL ART — THE AURA OF THE DIGITAL "FORTUNATELY IT IS UNKNOWN WHERE THE JOURNEY WILL END." - AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. OLIVER GRAU,BERLIN, GERMANY
Dr. Oliver Grau is a media art historian, researching and lecturing at the Department of Art History at Humboldt University, Berlin. He studied art history, economics, archaeology and Italian literature in Hamburg, London and Siena. He also did field research in the USA and Japan. Since 1988 he has been head of the German Science Foundation project on art history and media theory of virtual…
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