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Amalia Pica’s “One Thing after Another”

STIGTER VAN DOESBURG, Amsterdam

Amalia Pica, A∩B∩C∩A∩B∩C, 2014.
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Judith Vrancken

Twenty-first century communication has dramatically changed the way information reaches us. Popular interpretations of knowledge and history seem to do so without historical consciousness and self-reflexivity. Rather than playing with the structure of history, Amalia Pica, in her solo show at Stigter van Doesburg, “One Thing after Another,” concerns herself with... continue reading
“Semiotics of the Kitchen. What Happened After”

STIGTER VAN DOESBURG, Amsterdam

View of “Semiotics of the Kitchen. What Happened After,” Stigter van Doesburg, Amsterdam, 2014.
by

Stefan Heidenreich

When a speech act contradicts what is said, this is called a performative contradiction. In the mid-1970s, the fight for women’s rights found itself in an inconsistency of this kind, when the general logic of gender construction was cast into doubt. By mapping a useless alphabetical order onto kitchen tools,... continue reading

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