Art, culture, music, tech, essays. Berlin-based.
What defines Korean art anyway? The country’s Venice Biennale pavilion wants to know.
Released today on Semiotext(e), Holy Shit’s album Solid Rain gets nostalgic for the freewheeling creativity of a pre-gentrification LA
A deconsecrated church in Venice plays host to “Spite Your Face” by Rachel Maclean.
Ivanka Trump was visiting Berlin for a women's rights summit, and she didn't just get booed inside the conference hall. We joined protesters as they held their own anti-Ivanka soirée.
In Thatcher-era Britain, Joanna Quin decided film needed more male strippers and female protagonists. The result was 'Girls Night Out.'
"As a deaf person I believe that there are different ways of listening but my number one way of doing it isn’t through my ears"
A small silicone gadget attached to the chest gives its wearer the ability to sense which direction they face. Could it prompt a ‘cyborg’ evolution in human ability?
These collages made from vintage chemical ads are not what they seem.
Stay in an art hotel, see live music, shop for vintage clothes … the leftfield community of Kōenji in the Tokyo suburbs is home to an expanding creative scene
Abraham Poincheval will remain inside a human-shaped cavity for seven days straight.
Spirit House, Berlin
28 - 30 April
Reacting to the invasion of privacy encroaching on everyday life, CO Berlin’s Watched! Surveillance, Art and Photography poses some crucial questions
A chat with the director of 'Martin Pleure,' a short movie made with 'Grand Theft Auto V.'
Artists use their own stories to create more universal visibility in 'Ministry of Internal Affairs. Intimacy as Text.'