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The Kingdom Called Tijuana – Art from the Mexican Borderland

In her writings, Chris Kraus strokes art history, in the sense that Benjamin uses the term, against its hair. She disrupts the continuum of established art history and rescues dead and forgotten artists from oblivion and writes about small art collectives on the outskirts of the institutionalized art scene. Without psychologizing, she insists on the… Keep Reading

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The Work That Keeps Expanding

The artist Thomas Altheimer has filmed, cut and presented a movie about his wife Mette Høeg. You can read Macon Holt’s brilliant recap and review here. I watched the movie when it premiered in Cinemateket, out of curiosity after having read Altheimer’s essay on the self-invented term slyngelæstetik or rogue aesthetic, written for Charlottenborg’s Spring… Keep Reading

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The Sun Also Rises: Documentary Review

The subject of Thomas Altheimer’s new documentary, The Sun Also Rises, which recieved it’s premier at this year’s CPH:DOX festival, is his wife, the Danish literary scholar and critic, a Fulbright scholar and a PhD candidate at King’s College London, Mette Høeg. These are not the usual qualifications for the subject of a documentary, at… Keep Reading

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