Christina Kubisch, Corps de ballett, Performance, 1979/2015

Zwanzig auf einem Spiegel zu Johann Strauss‘ An der schönen blauen Donau tanzende Vibratoren im Tutu, deren kontinuierliches Vibrato durch Kontaktmikrofone verstärkt wird – dieses „Ballett“ von Chr

By Fiona McGovern
Tony Conrad and Faust (Werner 'Zappi' Diermaier and Jean-Hervé Péron) at Berlin Atonal Festival, 22 August 2015 (Photograph © Camille Blake)

In drone and minimal music, the sonic conditions that develop in the middle of a piece, be it a recording, performance or composition, often come to define the work in a more pronounced manner than

By John McCusker
Ulf Aminde, Strike: Opera #3, 2013, performance documentation, Schaubühne, Leipzig. All images courtesy: Museum of Contemporary Art Leipzig (GfZK)

Protesting protest

By Agnieszka Gratza
All images: Alexander Augustus and Seung Youn Lee, 'A Dangerous Figure', installation view at Somerset House, London, 2013; photographs: Samuel Bradley

In the crypt beneath Somerset House’s piazza lurks 'A Dangerous Figure', artist Alexander Augustus’ latest project that aims to put pressure on the UK government concerning rising national unemploy

By Jack Mills

Art’s conflicted relationship with the Arab Spring

By Negar Azimi

We are currently witnessing a profound cultural implode which mirrors in its intensity the recent economic collapse.

By Mike Watson

Taking a modern masterpiece to Ramallah

By Nick Aikens

Highly anticipated new films from Terrence Malick and Lars von Trier

Joel Meyerowitz, Fallen Man, Paris (1967)

QUAD, Derby

By Mark Durden
All photographs courtesy Mike Hannon Media

Cork International Airport

By Brian Dillon

Lynn Hershman Leeson’s !Women Art Revolution

By Kristin M. Jones

Playhouse Theatre, Whitstable, 11–13 February 2011

By Daniela Cascella