On occasion of her exhibition Slippery When Wet at Artists Space and publication Too Salty Too Wet 更咸更濕, Karen Cheung speaks with Tiffany Sia on the futurity of Hong Kong.
Visionary artists, curators, activists, designers, architects, and arts organizers from around the globe discuss their work in creating groundbreaking new models for the arts sector over four thematic panels curated by Ceci Moss and hosted by Emily Carr University of Art + Design.
“The feeling of being ‘apart together’ is an exceptional situation, of sharing something important or mutually withdrawing from the rest of the world and rejecting the usual norms, retaining its magic beyond the duration of the individual game.” – Ray Oldenburg, The Great Good Place
We are pleased to announce the next issue of MARCH will be edited by Imani Jacqueline Brown, an artist, activist, and researcher from New Orleans whose work investigates the continuum of Extractivism, from settler-colonial genocide and slavery to contemporary gentrification, fossil fuel production, and police and corporate impunity.
“In what I am calling the weather, antiblackness is pervasive as climate. The weather necessitates changeability and improvisation; it is the atmospheric condition of time and place; it produces new ecologies.” – Christina Sharpe
Held online December 12, 2020, this roundtable discussion on “art & strategy” brought together perspectives from Nora N. Khan, Serubiri Moses, Zoé Samudzi, Andrea Steves, MARCH founders Sarrita Hunn and James McAnally, and was moderated by Gelare Khoshgozaran with Human Resources (and thanks to Hugo Servantes) in Los Angeles.
Filmmaker Isiah Medina’s adaptation of Nick Srnicek and Alex Williams’s 2015 manifesto (of the same title) prefigures the emancipation of our time in a post-work future.
An overlap between the experience of temporality in the contemporary condition of burnout and time-flow in relation to social change has emerged.
We are pleased to announce our distribution collaboration with Reliable Copy, an independent, non-profit publishing house dedicated to the realization and circulation of works, projects and writing by artists based in Bangalore, India.
To celebrate this partnership, all Subscription Members who have joined by the end of February will receive both MARCH 01 and Reliable Copy’s newest publication, The 1Shanthiroad Cookbook.
Nihaal Faizal and Elaine W. Ho discuss their artist-run publishing strategies operating Reliable Copy in Bangalore, India and Display Distribute in Kowloon, Hong Kong.
A Roundtable Discussion on Art & Strategy
Saturday, December 12 @ 1PM PST/4pm EST/9pm GMT
The conversation brings together perspectives from Nora N. Khan, Serubiri Moses, Zoé Samudzi, Andrea Steves, MARCH founders Sarrita Hunn and James McAnally, and is moderated by Gelare Khoshgozaran with Human Resources for the occasion of MARCH: a journal of art & strategy’s inaugural print edition.
Valentina Vella reports back from Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons’ second annual assembly “Our House is On Fire” (2019) and Climate Justice Code work ahead of their third assembly “We Owe Each Other Everything” that will take a new format online December 11-12, 2020.
Training for the Future was an initiative developed by Studio Jonas Staal in conjunction with the 2019 Ruhr Triennale curated by Florian Malzacher.
Caitlin Berrigan narrates how living with a virus reveals the structural inequalities of profit-oriented biomedicine.
It is a difficult task to learn how to debunk the myth of ‘protection’ promised by policing, militarization, concrete national borders and governance by finance when our education system operates under the same structures. The emergence of a subject capable of refusing these terms is a primary task of antifascism.
“This protest phase will need to increase its durability to make the kinds of cultural and social transformations needed. It has to grow into a bigger second phase; one that’s focused on the many arrangements of American life that produce black death.” – Design Studio for Social Intervention
Umi Hsu and Theodore (ted) Kerr share their thoughts about the recently published zine “What Does a Covid-19 Doula Do?” within the larger context of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and resurgence of powerful Black Lives Matter activism sweeping the world.
How are you doing today? How is your breathing? Have you checked the news yet? Is this what you expected from your year? Do you think we’ll still have elections by the end of it? What have you been cooking? Are you taking the appropriate number of supplements? Are you getting in your steps? Are we living in a failed state? Do you like my YSL knockoff mask my friend sent? What art is bringing you solace? Are you still consolable? Do you want to share a cocktail over FaceTime later? When are we anyway? Are we already too late?
Andrea and James