Tag Archives: Chris Marker

You had expected to find Chris Marker’s The Owl’s Legacy somewhere at documenta 14, perhaps as a reference in one of the publications or mentioned in passing in a line of wall text, but not in the form of a usb key hanging from a piece of string. When you made an unplanned visit to […]

Minus Plato presents: What Apollo Saw: Picturing Chris Marker’s Pictures at an Exhibition, 2008 – for Bill Horrigan Instructions: Click play on the video below Listen (it is very quiet, so listen carefully) Click in the white space below the video Using the down arrow key, scroll down s l o w l y When […]

After yesterday’s post on Simone Weil’s Electra, I realized that I had not explained how my essay in progress related to the dynamic between Classics and Contemporary Art. All will be revealed in due course and, in the meantime, each of my posts this week will attempt to lead us there, and today is the […]

If, like me, you can barely contain your excitement for the opening of documenta 14 next year – first in Athens in April, followed by Kassel in June – then I recommend preparing yourself by reading the first three issues of South as a State of Mind – the Greek art and culture journal, which […]