Etiquetado con: "art"

Blixa Bargeld: “Art is not dead, because freedom is not dead”

Blixa Bargeld: “Art is not dead, because freedom is not dead”

Photography: Óscar Fernández Orengo (Versión en castellano aquí) As you will see in the turbulent start of the interview, Blixa Bargeld (Berlín Occidental, 1959) has come to the Kosmopolis CCCB festival in Barcelona to talk about his book and offer one of his solo vocal performances, and he doesn’t seem very inclined at the beginning to talk about his long and […]

Luc Steels: «Science is a cultural activity, it’s like arts: it gives us insights into the world»

Luc Steels: «Science is a cultural activity, it’s like arts: it gives us insights into the world»

La versión traducida al castellano de esta entrevista está disponible en nuestra revista impresa dedicada al pecado #JD13 Defining Luc Steels (Belsele, 1952) simply as a scientist, would be way to poor when we are describing a huge-experienced Belgian linguist who likes art —he wrote an opera and a theater play, besides doing some performances in his youth—, and went to the US […]

Requiem for the Arts of Fire

Requiem for the Arts of Fire

(Versión en castellano) Venice hosts the thirteenth Architecture Biennale, under the title Common Ground as set by its curator David Chipperfield. Common Ground will remain open until November 25th. In the little island of San Giorgio Maggiore, away from the spotlights of the Giardini and the Arsenale, themselves epicentres of the architectural works exhibited in the Biennale; the glass works […]