By Tiernan Morgan
OCT 2020 | Art Books
The anthologys thirteen contributors, among them artists, photographers, broadcasters, and filmmakers, analyze projects that exemplify the discursive and rhetorical value of blurring the distinction between fiction and reality. But, despite its title, the contemporary context of online culture, populism, and fake news are almost entirely absent from its pages.
By Rachel Remick
NOV 2021 | ArtSeen
We might see Nguyens film as an elegy to failed revolutions or the ways in which all revolutions transform themselves and become institutionalized, a memorial to lost histories, or histories that never took root. As the narrator at the beginning of the film asks comrade Weronika, where is the truth of unremembered things?