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'Theological Time, Mean Landscape, Circumcision Throne, Burping Bird, Auto-censur

'More than two eyes' by Eliška Konečná and Michael Nosek at Berlinskej Model, Pra

'Wandering Wind' by Vytenis Burokas at Editorial, Vilnius

'Love Sign', a Group Show at Galerie Noah Klink, Berlin

'Zwei Schwestern' by Andrey Bogush and Sinaida Michalskaja at Zarinbal Khoshbakht

'Without the Scales' by Angharad Williams at Schiefe Zähne, Berlin

Kaspars Groševs, 427 Gallery: ‘We don’t really care who is or isn’t a “real” artist—we care if the art they create is subjectively good or not and if there is something more to it than meets the eye and if the person creating it understands what we are trying to do or not. I’m 100% sure there are a lot of people in Riga who think that what we do isn’t a “real” art. But we also don’t care. We show stuff that we believe in, we work with artists that we love and for us not much else matters’. More…

'A Whole Other Level', essay by Kuba Bąk for 'Enter the Heat' by Inside Job

'An Elixir of Immortality' by John Miller at Schinkel Pavillon, Berlin

'True Romance' by Soshiro Matsubara at Croy Nielsen, Vienna

'Powerless' by David Hanes at Spazio ORR, Brescia

'Help, I am bleeding cranberry juice!' by Sofia Duchovny at Kunsthalle Freeport,

'Sunsetting' by Ian Swanson at Catbox Contemporary, New York

Graham Harman: ‘Some people may be using ‘weird’ in a wider sense than I normally do. For me, the weird has a precise technical sense: a situation in which objects exist in tension with their own qualities rather than being reducible to them. Admittedly, this is also how I define aesthetics more generally, so for me there is a bit of weirdness in all genuine aesthetic experience’. More…

EPISODE 3: 'Bird Song' by Christian Thomsen (Fjorsk) at Vogelsang, Germany

'God Objects' by Viktor Timofeev at Karlin Studios, Prague

'A Dream Within a Dream', Off-Site Show, Warsaw

'Off The Clock Portraits' by Mario Miron at Sweetpea.today

'Black Market' by Andrej Škufca at MGLC, Ljubljana

'The Dust Speaks' by Maren Karlson, Online

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