Cajsa Von Zeipel, Catch and Kill, 2020. Pigmented silicon, mixed media,127 x 195.6 x 182.9 cm. Courtesy of Faurschou Foundation. Photo: Emilios Haralambous
Hypercomf, Polyceliumoffice, 2021. Multidisciplinary installation. Various media and dimensions. Metal, agricultural tools, acrylic, desk chairs, wool fabrics, original cotton fabrics, plants, monitors, mugs, stainless steel sink, resin mosaic, metallised frame, bike ramp, dog leash, watertanks and pumps. Courtesy: the artists. Commissioned and produced by the Athens Biennale. Photo: Nysos Vasilopoulos
KAYA, _ OraKle Painting 01, 02, 03 (Catacomb Mirrors), 2018. Plexiglas sheets, wishes by children, paint, transducers, speaker cable, Mp4 players. Sound by Nicholas An Xedro. Courtesy: the artists and Deborah Schamoni. Photo: Nysos Vasilopoulos
Sandra Mujinga was recently awarded the prestigious Preis der Nationalgalerie 2021. To celebrate this honour, we’re releasing Jeppe Ugelvig’s portrait of Mujinga from Spike #56: CULTURE WARS from our print archive.
Tragedy + Time = Comedy, they say. But who has time for anything these days? We’re still in the middle of it – whatever it is – but this year’s edition of “Curated by” takes humour as its starting point, exploring a multitude of ways to laugh amidst the madness.