Manuel Rossner, New Float , 2022

Manuel Rossner, New Float, 2022

The artist Manuel Rossner on adding digital layers to the “real” world.

 Maria Eichhorn, “Relocating a Structure,” German Pavilion 2022, 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennaledi Venezia, 2022

Maria Eichhorn, “Relocating a Structure,” German Pavilion 2022, 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennaledi Venezia, 2022

What dark secrets are hidden behind the walls of the German Pavilion? Maria Eichhorn makes them visible.

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 The Temenos site, from afar. Photo: Rob Madole

The Temenos site from afar. Photo: Rob Madole

Forget the internet. Forget medication. What you need is an eighty-hour-long film to cure your ailments.

 Nikima Jagudajev, Basically , 2022. Installation view, Shedhalle’s Protozone 6: Are you coming? , 2022, Zurich. Photo: Laila Kaletta

Nikima Jagudajev, Basically, 2022. Installation view, Shedhalle’s “Protozone 6: Are you coming?,” 2022, Zurich. Photo: Laila Kaletta

Reflections on The Sims and Nikima Jagudajev's performance “Basically.” 

 Image from  Hivemind . Courtesy: Serpentine Galleries and Trust

Image from Hivemind. Courtesy: Serpentine Galleries and Trust

Can video games dispel the commodity fetish? Hivemind, a recent project in collaboration between Trust and Serpentine Digital, leads the way.

 Courtesy: Manifesta 14. Photo: Atdhe Mulla

Courtesy: Manifesta 14. Photo: Atdhe Mulla

How to make an international exhibition in a place where the locals can’t travel internationally

 Rhea Dillon, A Caribbean Ossuary , 2022, wooden cabinet and cut crystal, 42 × 208 × 161.5 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Soft Opening, London. Photo: Theo Christelis

Rhea Dillon, A Caribbean Ossuary, 2022, wooden cabinet and cut crystal, 42 × 208 × 161.5 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Soft Opening, London. Photo: Theo Christelis

The British-Jamaican artist and poet Rhea Dillon reveals the relationship between mahogany cabinets and Carribean identity.

 View of Rirkrit Tiravanija and Thomas Bayrle, “Tomorrow is the Question,” Gladstone Gallery, 2022, Beijing. Photo: Sixing Xu

View of Rirkrit Tiravanija and Thomas Bayrle, “Tomorrow is the Question,” Gladstone Gallery, 2022, Beijing. Photo: Sixing Xu

Art critic Sixing Xu found reprieve from the hellscape of “twenty-twenty too” at this year’s Gallery Weekend Beijing.