April 24, 2019


“Curators David Cross and Cameron Bishop, together with a stellar group of contemporary artists, lead SIX MOMENTS IN KINGSTON, a dynamic series of six public artworks set in sites around Kingston.” Tags: dripfeed_critical_practice
March 14, 2019

Triple R 102.7FM, Melbourne Independent Radio

“The concept and practice of gender equality is not new to China. In fact, encouraging women to take on male-dominated roles was once a core goal of the Chinese Communist Party. However, as far as its…
March 12, 2019

Eternal Summer of the Black Feminist Mind

“Next year Leslie Parker Dance Project is using Spill: Scenes of Black Feminist Fugitivity by Alexis Pauline Gumbs and Wildseed by Octavia Butler as the texts inspiring their new Momentum Dance Performance. Leslie Parker Dance Project…
March 12, 2019

Bringing Black Feminist Theory Into Everyday Practice | WUNC

“She identifies as a community-accountable scholar and puts that identity into practice by intentionally bringing scholarly ideas into non-academic settings. This manifests in online educational projects like ‘Eternal Summer of The Black Feminist Mind,’ which creates…
January 10, 2019

S A V V Y • Colonial Neighbours

“Objects as intermediary of entangled histories Following the concept of “history as entanglement” (Conrad & Randeria) the project aims at breaking historical dichotomies and drawing a more differentiated picture of current Lebenswelten in Berlin. Objects, everyday…
November 20, 2018

Decolonial Documents: Part Two | Frieze

“Okwui Enwezor’s art criticism from the 1990s forms an essential part of any primer on decoloniality. By turns angry and self-possessed, as interested in big ideas as the minutiae of the particular, his early writings read…
November 16, 2018

3 – Dissect

“The cultural framework and biopolitics of capitalist globalisation has resulted in an increased concentration on the body as a site of production—in contemporary art as in life.” Tags: dripfeed_critical_practice
November 11, 2018

Magazin-Artikel – TanzRaumBerlin

“In “A Matter of One‘s Own” Roni Katz, Manon Parent and Lisa Densem explore bodily memory as a practice of self-empowerment” Tags: dripfeed_critical_practice