Phil Smith

Phil Smith is a performance-maker, writer and academic researcher, specialising in work around walking, site-specificity, mythogeographies and counter-tourism. With artist Helen Billinghurst, he is one half of Crab & Bee, who have recently completed an exhibition and walking project called ‘Plymouth Labyrinth (funded by Arts Council England), a short walking project in the Isles of […]

Milica Pekic

Milica Pekić, PhD, art historian and curator from Belgrade. She graduated and received her PhD at The History of Modern Art department at Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. In her research she is focusing on confrontational artistic practices as well as on alternative forms of collective authorships, institutional transformation and potential of interdisciplinary approach […]

Dick Nelson

Maui has been Dick Nelson’s home since 1975, when he arrived as the Director of the Wailea Arts Center. Hawaii was not new to him, for his family had moved to Hawaii from Sodus, N.Y. when he was five years old. He graduated from Punahoe School, received his bachelor’s degree in art from the California […]

Kemi Adeyemi

Kemi Adeyemi is assistant professor of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies and Director of The Black Embodiments Studio, an arts writing residency, at the University of Washington. Her book manuscript on black queer women’s geographies of neoliberalism, and her co-edited volume Queer Nightlife, are currently in development. Adeyemi’s has forthcoming writing in GLQ: a journal of lesbian and gay studies, and […]

Simonetta Moro

Simonetta Moro is a visual artist, scholar, and educator whose work focuses on painting, drawing, and mapping practices. Through the interpretation of the phenomenological world, places become repositories of memory, points of departure for imaginary journeys, vectors of time and space, and sites of exploration and intervention. Moro’s research in cartographic aesthetics informs many of […]

Hoàng Hưng

Born in 1942 into an intellectual family with Western influence. Teacher of literature in high school since 1965. Journalist since 1973. Imprisoned for 39 months (1982-1985) for keeping poems in manuscript considered “anti-revolutionary”. After the “Renewal Policy” of the Communist Party of Vietnam (1986-1987), resumed journalist job and publishing poetry & translation, poems of prison […]

Sarah Schulman Part 2

Sarah Schulman is a playwright novelist, nonfiction writer, screenwriter, journalist and AIDS historian. This is the second interview with Sarah Schulman, the first one can be heard here. Her plays include: CARSON McCULLERS – (Sundance/Playwrights Horizons -2002) MANIC FLIGHT REACTION (NY Stage and Film/Playwrights Horizons-2005) ENEMIES, A LOVE STORY, adapted from IB Singer (Wilma Theater-2007). […]

Sarah Schulman Part 2

Sarah Schulman is a playwright novelist, nonfiction writer, screenwriter, journalist and AIDS historian. This is the second interview with Sarah Schulman, the first one can be heard here. Her plays include: CARSON McCULLERS – (Sundance/Playwrights Horizons -2002) MANIC FLIGHT REACTION (NY Stage and Film/Playwrights Horizons-2005) ENEMIES, A LOVE STORY, adapted from IB Singer (Wilma Theater-2007). […]

Verena Johannsmann

While thinking about advancement of her theses and post doc research in Avantgarde Performance-Art Dr. Verena Johannsmann worked for Marc Spiegler and Noah Horowitz on a Curatorial Design within the context of Art Basel (between Miami Beach and Hong Kong) the last months. In parallel she started writing Essays on contemporary works of art in every […]

Streaming Movie Only the Brave (2017)

Verena Johannsmann currently works and lives in Berlin and feels home in research activities in international libraries (including the Lincoln Centre for the Performing Arts), artists` archives and private collections. She worked in several museum environments like the Museum of Modern Art in New York. As a Trainee she assisted Klaus Biesenbach in the Media […]