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“World Music”

CARLOS/ISHIKAWA, London

View of “World Music,” Carlos/Ishikawa, London, 2014.
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Shama Khanna

Sasha Litvintseva’s beautifully observed short film Alluvion (2014) follows a group of three tourists as they meander around an unidentified city against the backdrop of daily life: where women and children take their exercise in an open-air gym and laborers hammer away in a shipbuilding workshop. Litvintseva describes, ominously, how... continue reading
Pilvi Takala’s “Random Numbers”

CARLOS/ISHIKAWA, London

View of Pilvi Takala's “Random Numbers” at Carlos/Ishikawa, London.
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Anna Gritz

Long before Ali G’s Borat, Andy Kaufman was touring the East Coast with his stand-up comedy character Foreign Man, an ambiguous entertainer from a fictional island in the Caspian Sea, who, with his overtly strong accent, inept punch lines, and naïve questions, created awkward moments on stage of almost unparalleled... continue reading

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