19/02/2020 / TAKIS macba barcelona



16/02/2020 / FIAT LUX by ANTONI AROLA llum barcelona



26/12/2019 / IKONEN kunsthalle bremen



17/12/2019 / MAREK CHOLONIEWSKI cymatic brain at sanatorium of sound - polnische musik avantgarde 



16/12/2019 / ROBERT AND MAX EGGERS the lighthouse



13/11/2019 / PHILLIP SOLLMANN



26/10/2019 / YUN HYONG-KEUN / a retrospective at palazzo fortuny,
venice



30/04/2019 / HANNA HUSBERG / the world indoors

 

29/02/2019 / SALOMÉ VOEGELIN / invisible volumes and vertical geographies: thinking things and space through sounding and listening



28/02/2019 / CARA TOLMIE / listening to the displaced vocal body



16/02/2019 / ANTONI AROLA / reflections at llum barcelona 2019



10/05/2018 / JUNYA ISHIGAMI / freeing architecutre at fondation cartier



04/11/2017 / EARLE BROWN / on december 1952



23/06/2016 / KURT VONNEGUT / slaughterhouse five

“american planes, full of holes and wounded men and corpses took off backwards from an airfield in england. over france, a few german fighter planes flew at them backwards, sucked bullets and shell fragments from some of the planes and crewmen. they did the same for wrecked american bombers on the ground, and those planes flew up backwards to join the formation.

the formation flew backwards over a german city that was in flames. the bombers opened their bomb bay doors, exerted a miraculous magnetism which shrunk the fires, gathered them into cylindrical steel containers , and lifted the containers into the bellies of the planes. the containers were stored neatly in racks. the germans below had miraculous devices of their own, which were long steel tubes. they used them to suck more fragments from the crewmen and planes. but there were still a few wounded americans though and some of the bombers were in bad repair. over trance though, german fighters came up again, made everything and everybody as good as new.

when the bombers got back to their base, the steel cylinders were taken from the racks and shipped back to the united states of america, where factories were operating night and day, dismantling the cylinders, separating the dangerous contents into minerals. touchingly, it was mainly women who did this work. the minerals were then shipped to specialists in remote areas. it was their business to put them into the ground, to hide them cleverly, so they would never hurt anybody ever again.”