Evidence is mounting that ‘following the science’ was all politics and the horrific human and economic cost of pandemic policies necessitates a full inquiry into the making of the Covid consensus.
Art has a long history of engaging with violence and contemporary artists often follow this tradition. Kaelan Wilson-Goldie tracks the contradictions inherent in the practice of aesthetics under the conditions of conflict.
What happens when the framework of the nation-state, the figure of the enterprising individual, and the premise of limitless development can no longer be counted on to produce a world worth living in? These apparent failures of liberal thinking are a starting point for an inquiry into emergent ways of living, acting, and making art in the company of others.
Crisis? What Crisis? The lack of a single dominant voice in criticism is not a weakness, but a strength.
What forms of knowledge do artists produce in their often speculative and yet purposeful approach to generating research? Research/Practice focuses on artistic research and how it contributes to the formation of experimental knowledge systems.