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Hito Steyerl, Liquidity Inc., 2014.
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Ana Teixeira Pinto

Entering the philosophical lexicon during the eighteenth century, the term “aesthetic” is predicated on a double negation: its object is neither an object of knowledge, nor an object of desire.(1) By introducing the notion of disinterest, Kant brought the concept of taste into opposition with the concept of morality. At... continue reading
“Believers”

KOW, Berlin

View of “Believers,” KOW, Berlin, 2012.
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Kirsty Bell

What does it mean to be a believer or a non-believer? Is belief essential for society’s wellbeing or is it merely divisive? And is there an alternative to this antagonistic binary opposition? The group exhibition “Believers” at Berlin’s KOW sets these questions and more in motion. The notion of belief is,... continue reading

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