Spike ePaper (Issue 41): The Anniversary Issue
Spike ePaper (Issue 41): The Anniversary Issue
Spike ePaper (Issue 41): The Anniversary Issue
Spike ePaper (Issue 41): The Anniversary Issue
Spike ePaper (Issue 41): The Anniversary Issue
Spike ePaper (Issue 41): The Anniversary Issue
Spike ePaper (Issue 41): The Anniversary Issue
Spike ePaper (Issue 41): The Anniversary Issue
Spike ePaper (Issue 41): The Anniversary Issue
Spike ePaper (Issue 41): The Anniversary Issue
Spike ePaper (Issue 41): The Anniversary Issue
Spike ePaper (Issue 41): The Anniversary Issue
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It’s our 10th Anniversary and it’s about time. Artist Piotr Uklanski talks to Vienna Actionist Hermann Nitsch about painting, death, and sex. Choreographers Meg Stuart and Adam Linder meet for an interview about the future of dance. There are profiles of Laura Owens, rediscovered punk writer Kathy Acker, and the filmmaker Romain Gavras. an essay about the desire for proximity in contemporary performance art; Jussi Parikka sees media archaeology as an alternative to current accelerationist thinking.