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Artificial Life: Saraf, Weir, and Kahn and Selesnick

This exhibition, curated by Marjorie Vecchio, was a part of a special issue of our journal Inscriptions on the topic of Artificial Life. In addition to a curatorial text by Vecchio, it includes images by Surabhi Saraf, Grace Weir, and Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick.

Published: 15 January, 2021



AFK is a street-artist whose paste-ups, grafitti and other techniques make captivating and narrative displays, at times getting caught in public debates. AFK often seeks to make statements on issues such as immigration, climate change, and consumer society. Here we present a series of AFK's works, spanning a wide range of techniques and exhibition sites.

Published: 15 January, 2020


Stefan Chazbijewicz

Filmmaker, poet, and visual artist Stefan Chazbijewicz seeks to establish a mystic space in his artwork, a domain of salvaged reality, or, as he puts it, a semiotic representation of what we are after salvation. Here we present three of Chazbijewicz’ recent visual artworks, suggesting a path, a series of perspectives, and an aesthetic programme.

Published: 1 January, 2019