Sophie Dyer and Sasha Engelmann tell the speculative story of a ‘radio fossil’: a radio-borne image that traverses the bounds of Earth’s surfaces, elements, atmospheres and techno-geographies.
Film artists Filipa César and Louis Henderson trace the trajectory of optical technology throughout history in “Op-film: an archaeology of optics” at Gasworks.
First published in OOMK, Lena Mohamed writes about her experience travelling from London to Chicago earlier this year to attend the Incite! Colour of Violence 4 conference, ‘Beyond the State: Inciting Transformative Possibilities’
It’s no coincidence that most artist-muse relationships do not just fall along lines of gender but also intersections of race and class, black art critics and historians have a responsibility to rescue black muses from erasure.