The article asks how might the tangible border become a space to actively challenge, question, and reformulate imposed norms of division.
Hold On’s publication features interviews with artists Irene Adorni, Daria Blum, Rowland Hill, Dominic Till, Panicattack Duo, Ruby Wroe.
Article that questions how can we embrace decolonisation through curatorial practice for the journal ISIT Magazine.
Article sobre el fenòmen de l’art urbà originalment publicat a la revista cultural Hänsel i Gretel*
Exhibition addressing the ongoing systematisation of our emotions and behaviours under neoliberalism from a critical angle.
Text on sound, voice, poetry and performance. Written as the curatorial collective trans- after their curated event Roar Vol. I at FtH.
Roar is a series of events curated by trans- which explore the political implications of sound within our visual-saturated daily life.
Speaking about collaboration as a form of active research with Panicattack Duo at SLG.
// aims to dismantle the established boundary conditions of gender, race and class within the colonialist and capitalist economies
Exhibition that aims to re-think the ways in which history and the archive can be activated within the exhibition space.