Is the result of biogenetics not that we, “ordinary” humans, effectively are that—humans who don’t know they are not humans, i.e., neuronal machines with self-awareness?
In the reality of a room, in which the lover is sitting and staring at the object telephone, images and narrations formed by the forces of fiction interfere.
Through artistic performativity, daily routine has become the theatre of all of us, the manifestation of the creative expression of everyone.
Freedom requires creating institutions and practices; it involves shaping new and durable worlds. And this is a task that every generation must bear anew.
Contemporary art’s vast roster includes Alicja Kwade who is doing good in becoming a part of today’s avant-garde pretending Bürger was wrong.
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