Remainders at the End of a Summer Bliss, by Lanfranco Aceti, is a curatorial essay that surveys Bill Balaskas’s exhibition, Remains of a Summer Bliss, at the Kalfayan Galleries, Athens and Thessaloniki. Featured on their new platform, Contemporary Arts and Cultures (CAC), the essay is published by the Leonardo Electronic Almanac (LEA), MIT Press. In a globalized context of ruthless capitalism, this curatorial essay
'Visible from Space' by Paul Catanese was the first exhibition I worked on for the LEA Digital Media Platform as senior curator together with Christiane Paul. It has been since the end of 2010 a continuous feature of LEA thanks to the curator, Vince Dziekan. As I put order in my personal archive of curatorial projects, I look fondly upon this collaboration, particularly
The past year saw a range of curatorial activities that I am finally getting around to document and share online. This was an exciting project in itself because of its curatorial structure and challenges. There were two exhibition programs running on the Media Facade of the Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb. The first was titled Dislocations and the second Geometries of the Sublime.
Eugenia Fratzeskou wrote a well crafted review of ISEA2011 Istanbul for Digicult. The report is available both in English and Italian. The review is exhaustive and gives a good overview of the event with its exhibitions, public performances and talks.