From Multidirectional Memory to Multidirectional Moments (MDM) explores the “promises” of noncompetitive and transversally connected “multidirectional memory” in memorial practices.
Triennials Out of Time is a series of short essays and interviews featuring artistic directors and curators of cyclical exhibitions including Counterpublic 2023, documenta fifteen, Biennial Sesc_Videobrasil, OFF-Biennale Budapest and Matter of Art, FRONT International and sonsbeek, Lagos Biennial and Lubumbashi Biennale, and more to be announced.
We are pleased to announce a call for proposals for From Multidirectional Memory to Multidirectional Moments (MDM), a new long-term inquiry exploring the “promises” of noncompetitive and transversally connected “multidirectional memory” in memorial practices.
We are pleased to announce the launch of “From Multidirectional Memory to Multidirectional Moments,” a new long term inquiry organized with the department of Artistic Strategies at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. A launch event “Loops, Multiplication & Remembrance,” will take place on November 16th.
What happens when experimental musicians and composers explore Web3 and blockchains? MARCH is pleased to announce a co-publishing partnership with Berliner Gesellschaft für Neue Musik (Berlin New Music Society) in conjunction with their weekend-long festival PROCESS AND PROTOCOL April 1 – 3, 2022.
Laurel V. McLaughlin recently interviewed Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas for BOMB Magazine on their multi-faceted project Consuming Nature which includes publicly sited billboards, documentary audio, installations, programming, and an essay published on MARCH last fall.
Over the next six months, Conversations on Sound and Power will gather exchanges from a wide variety of contemporary artists, scholars, writers, activists, and interdisciplinary practitioners concerned with how sound and ideas about sound shape our historical, experiential, juridical, intersubjective, and current socio-political entanglements.
MARCH is pleased to announce our first long term inquiry, Publishing As Protocol, which aims to explore the relationship between self-organizational models and technological sovereignty.