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Spike Art Magazine #59 Spring 2019
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Spike Art Magazine #59 Spring 2019

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Spike Art Magazine #59 Spring 2019 lifestyle protocols アーティストRita Vitorelliが運営するSpikeは、現代美術雑誌、オンラインプラットフォーム、イベントスペースから成り立っています。その中心となる雑誌Spikeは、活発で、独立した、意味のある芸術批評を維持することを目的としています。 有力な批評家やキュレーターによるエッセイは、論争、論究、緊急の質問への短い答えの余地を提供する他の形式によって補完されます。年に4回発行されるSpikeは、論争や挑発を恐れない、非常にオープンな編集アプローチを通じて、読者に親密さと即時性の両方を提供します。スパイクベルリンのイベントスペースは、熱のあるディスカッションや話題の講演の場で知られるようになり、スパイクオンラインは世界中のレポート、インタビュー、エッセイを特集しています。 デザイン、建築、テクノロジー、インフラストラクチャー、経済、日常生活の新しいあり方やちょっとした工夫の中で、何かを変えることができるのでしょうか?私たちの食べ方、学び方、着こなし方、生き方、話し方は、私たち自身、そして私たちの社会を根底から刷新する方法になるのでしょうか?異なる現在を想像することはほとんど不可能であり、ユートピアは現在のところ手の届かないところにあるので、今号では私たちの心を開き、世界をより良いものにすることができる、物事を異なる方法で行う非英雄的な方法を検討しています。 http://www.spikeartmagazine.com/issue/59-spring-2019-lifestyle-protocols CONVERSATION We cannot take for granted that the decentralisation of networks, markets, and communication is in itself a good thing. Relations of power just work differently there. Jaya Klara Brekke and Francesco Sebregondi discuss the common ground between Forensic Architecture and blockchain technology. ESSAY: A MODEL FOR A QUANTITATIVE SOCIETY Décor and theatricality have returned with a vengeance after more than a century of being shunned as art’s lowbrow cousins. Marcel Broodthaers and Palle Nielsen were among the first artists to register the implications of this shift, anticipating the rise of immersion, affective networking, storytelling, surveillance, and monetisation that came along with it. By Antony Hudek PORTRAIT GEORGE MACIUNAS George Maciunas founded one of the most influential art movements of the 20th century: Fluxus. Embodying its principle that art must not congeal, in everything he did he transformed the lives of artists and in so doing transformed the fate of SoHo. By Gerry Beegan PORTRAIT BLESS The origins of the fashion industry’s most provocative and innovative strategies had a forerunner in BLESS, the enigmatic fashion studio founded between Paris and Berlin in the late 1990s. By David Lieske TECHNOLOGY Ted Nelson invented hypertext and hypermedia and imagined a future of online publishing, public cloud storage, internet cafes, and even realist CGI. But monopolistic megacorporations and social media streams bear little resemblance to the utopian vision of this now octogenarian evangelist for an alternative internet. An interview by Amelia Stein INTERVIEW PETER KUBELKA The Austrian filmmaker talks to Asad Raza about a life in film and how the art of cooking isn’t hard to master. ARCHITECTURE Cruising Pavilion make shows exploring the architectural aspects of cruising culture. They’re interested in widening the definition of “cruising” to mean more than just gay men looking for sex with strangers in public spaces. By Dean Kissick FASHION As products and media started to blur into each other, in the wake of a cultural repositioning of the image through social media streams, fashion led the way in turning content into a new art form. By Thom Bettridge Q/A BORIS GROYS What is socialist networking? DESIGN With an oeuvre that covers everything from agitprop cans stuffed with cow-dung to ergo-dynamic lounge chairs, anyone in search of a new design manifesto would need to start with Victor Papanek, a guru for socially and ecologically responsible design and pedagogy. By Alison J. Clarke INTERVIEW WU TSANG Wu Tsang’s works blend reality and fantasy, often in collaborations that bring together the languages of performance and storytelling. On the heels of a move to Athens she talked to Aimee Lin Q/A MAT DRYHURST Can we design our way out of platform capitalism? ARTIST'S FAVOURITES By Haseeb Ahmed FIELD NOTES Alternative models for art patronage are emerging amidst the crisis of neoliberalism. Founded in 1990, New Patrons helps to articulate and realise citizens’ wishes for a public work of art, capable of more than just managing supply and demand. By Dominikus Müller Q/A AYZIT BOSTAN Is design political? EXHIBITION HISTORIES Florence Bonnefous and Pierre Joseph on “Les Ateliers du Paradis” (1990) at Air de Paris in Nice ONE WORK Rob Horning on the nasal spray Spravato™ THE END IS NIGHT “You Can't Tweet Adorno” by Alison M. Gingeras & Jamieson Webster CURATOR'S KEY Stefanie Hessler on Juan Downey's The Laughing Alligator (1978) IMAGE CONTRIBUTIONS By Shawn Maximo, Amy Lien & Enzo Camacho, Boy Vereecken, Marlie Mul SEDUCTION by Peter Kubelka, Fiona Duncan, Justin Polera, Tobias Rehberger, Johanna Meyer-Grohbrügge FOCUS VIEW “The Brotherhood of New Blockheads (1996–2002)” at Kunsthalle Zürich. An interview with curator Peter Belyi by Matthew Hanson VIEWS AUSTRIA “On the New: Young Scenes in Vienna” at Belvedere 21 by Kimberly Bradley; Klara Lidén at Secession and Christian Kosmas Mayer at Mumok by Robert Schulte, Maria Lassnig and Arnulf Rainer at Lentos Linz by Fina Esslinger VIEWS GERMANY “Käthe Kollwitz Prize 2019: Hito Steyerl” at Akademie der Künste by Laurie Rojas; “Bauhaus Imaginista”at Haus der Kulturen der Welt by Lennart Wolff; Andy Warhol at Galerie Buchholz by Bianca Heuser; “The Cabinet of Ramon Haze”at Museum Abteiberg by Dorothea Zwirner VIEWS USA Harmony Hammond at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum by Ariella Wolens; Alice Neel at David Zwirner and “Revolution from Without ...” by Allison Hewitt Ward; “Tobias Wong, Untitled (Golden)…” at Bureau of General Services by VIEW JAKARTA Arahmaiani at Museum MACAN by Harry Burke VIEW HONG KONG “Noguchi for Danh Vo: Counterpoint” at M+1 Pavilion by Shanzhai Lyric VIEW LONDON Rachel Rose at Pilar Corrias by Alex Scrimgeour VIEWS PARIS Rosemarie Castoro at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac; Theaster Gates at Palais de Tokyo by Charles Teyssou VIEW WARSAW Janek Simon at Ujazdowski Castle by Barbara Piwowarska