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'Open Shut Them' by Michala Paludan at C.C.C., Copenhagen

'ELEPHANT’S LEG', Group Show at TONUS, Paris

'Liz's Childhood Computer: 2003-2005' by Liz Vitlin at Prairie, Chicago

'Agua Malva' by Elizabeth Burmann Littin at LOCAL, Santiago

'Decomposition Evaluation' by SoiL Thornton at Kunstverein Bielefeld

'3x 5K6' by LUGÁN at Nogueras Blanchard, Barcelona

Iain Ball, 'POST.CONSUMER.CULT 2020': For every person who is obsessively fact-checking and confiding in data there is someone who is disregarding it altogether and adopting a pre-enlightenment, creationist or vedic worldview which rejects modern scientism altogether. It seems as though we are collectively being pulled apart from everything and everyone — as if we, like The Universe itself are eternally inflating away from every point in space and time whilst many feel as though they are awakening to cosmic consciousness. More…

'Step Count', Group Show at Shoot the Lobster, New York

'Doom Boogie Woogie' by Kevin Tobin at Lubov, New York

'S N I T C H' by Solomon Garçon at Rose Easton, London

'Black tambourine' by Simon Galinov at Death in october of 1969, Moscow

'TINNITUS' by Nicola Genovese at Material, Zurich

'Ecotoni II', Group Show at Like A Little Disaster, Polignano a Mare

Dane Sutherland in conversation with Samuel Capps: 'I think it's naive to think the world can live under some new techno-utopia as Capitalism and the elites already won a long time ago. This became obvious in the 80s with cyberpunk presented as a chaotic, technology induced, end-game capitalism, struggle for survival. The more people and inventions we have, the more complex things become, especially in the urban environment, where the majority of the world’s population now lives'. More…

'Reaching inside your insides inside your insides inside your insides inside your

'SCHRUBBERY', Group Show at B32 Art Space, Maastricht

'CORP', Group Show at The Residence Gallery, London

'Liminal' by Misha Gudwin at Voskhod Gallery, Basel

'Does One Write About an Encounter With Nothing' by Boz Deseo Garden at Jargon Pr

'OTTO CIELI' by Oliviero Fiorenzi at The Address, Brescia

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