The Magdalena Project is celebrating its 35th anniversary with a series of 35-minute interviews with 35 women from the network.
Last year while trying to have a sabbatical during the pandemic (which turned out to be impossible for someone whose artistic practice is online performance)
Recently I’ve been giving quite a lot of presentations, and many of them have been recorded, which is quite nice. Here are some of them – enjoy!
For some time now, I’ve been experimenting with projecting animated text onto mirrors – either with small flexible mirrors that allow the projection to be
I recently had the privilege of attending the third Tantidhatri Festival, a Magdalena festival held in different locations in India since 2012. This time, from
having not posted since october last year, and being an irregular blogger at the best of times, i do have to ask myself what is
herbst (autumn) has come and gone too quickly this year. one day i was enjoying riding my bike in the warm evening air, the next
The Transit Festival has come and gone once again. This was the 8th Transit festival, organised roughly every three years since 1992 by Julia Varley
Every Magdalena festival has its own unique character, determined by the people organising it and its location. The Tantidhatri festival, held first in 2012 in
Who would have thought i’d find my way onto page 2 of Brasil’s largest newspaper, O Globlobo? But there I am, staring mysteriously out of