Sarah Hegenbart traces the path from Wagner’s introduction of the Gesamtkunstwerk in Bayreuth to Schlingensief’s attempt to charge the idea of the total artwork with new meaning by transposing it to the West African country Burkina Faso.
The art world is a multi-billion-dollar industry which captures world headlines on a regular basis, for both good and bad reasons. When Art Isn’t Real deals with one of the most-discussed areas of controversy: high-profile objects that have experts arguing about their veracity. Some may have been looted, others may be fakes, some may be heavily restored or misattributed. Often, in these cases, analytical science is called on to settle a dispute. Authors Andrew Shortland and Patrick Degryse share some insights from behind the scenes and talk about what their project entails.
Imagine a world in which every individual has the fundamental right to be reborn. This vain dream haunts Ground Sea, Hilde Van Gelder's associative travelogue.
Stel je een wereld voor waarin elk individu het fundamentele recht heeft om herboren te worden. Deze ijdele droom waart rond in Ground Sea, Hilde Van Gelder's associatief reisverslag.