REVIEWS

Goutam Ghosh, Tethys, 2018.
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Milena Hoegsberg and Natasha Marie Llorens

Double Take is a feature of art-agenda in which two authors review the same exhibition. Written separately, the two texts share the same images and are published below. —By Milena Hoegsberg Religion, magic, art, physics, and mathematics blend in Goutam Ghosh’s solo exhibition “Morph, blend and flatten (space) of Bird, Reptiles and... continue reading
Gallery Weekend Berlin

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Berlin

Kara Walker, Fall Frum Grace, Miss Pipi's Blue Tale, 2011.
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Filipa Ramos

There are occasions in which the multifaceted shape of time becomes obvious. Occasions in which the concentration of similar initiatives, aimed at similar audiences and presenting similar outcomes, attest to the different moments in which organizations, individuals, and their mentalities are situated: how, despite coexisting simultaneously, collective mindsets aren’t contemporary... continue reading
Mike Cooter’s “The Mimic, the Model and the Dupe”

NEW WALK MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY, Leicester

View of Mike Cooter’s “The Mimic, the Model and the Dupe” at New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Leicester, 2018.
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Isobel Harbison

What’s the difference between a model, a mimic, and a dupe? Taxonomy? Strategy? Spin? Mike Cooter attempts to answer such questions in this exhibition. Radar—a commissioning body based at Loughborough University—have tasked him with considering Polish dramatist, director, and artist Tadeusz Kantor’s (1915–1990) interest in the latent theatricality of and... continue reading
Liu Wei’s “Shadows”

LONG MARCH SPACE, Beijing

View of Liu Wei’s “Shadows” at Long March Space, Beijing, 2018. Left: Cave No. 1, 2018. Right: Cave No. 2, 2018.
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Ming Lin

Liu Wei’s “Shadows” is a rigorous exercise in time-space travel. A series of heavily pigmented, depthless shapes hang on the walls of the gallery’s foyer (“Caves,” 2018) serving as oblique entry points into the main exhibition space, where the viewer encounters a cluster of studded and welded metallic structures (Shadows,... continue reading
“Counter Investigations: Forensic Architecture”

INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART, London

View of "Counter Investigations: Forensic Architecture" at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, 2018. 
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Naomi Pearce

In his 2014 lecture “The Future of Forensic Science in Criminal Trials,” judge Thomas of Cwmgiedd, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, identified a communication problem. In light of the increasingly complex science used in court, he called for a set of judicial primers: standardized documents, written in “plain... continue reading
View of Sebastian Jefford’s “Procrustean Flatulence” at Gianni Manhattan, Vienna, 2018.
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Kimberly Bradley

Procrustean—what does the word even mean? In Greek mythology, Procrustes was the son of Poseidon, and a thief who tortured his victims by making them lie on an iron bed. If their bodies were too long, he’d cut off the oversized bits; too short, he’d stretch their limbs to fit.... continue reading

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