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Date: May 22nd 2012

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Michelle Kasprzak -- News

May 22, 2012

1. Dutch Electronic Art Festival exhibition -- catch it while you can!
2. Article in Volume Magazine: Guilty Landscapes
3. Named to Editorial Board of PUBLIC journal
4. What else is cooking?

1. Dutch Electronic Art Festival exhibition -- catch it while you can!
You've not heard from me in a while because I was horrendously busy preparing the ninth edition of the Dutch Electronic Art Festival with my talented colleagues. Five days of talks, workshops, parties, performances, and book launches have ended and we are all basking in the post-DEAF glow. Our spectacular exhibition (co-curated with the truly wonderful Michel van Dartel and fearless Alex Adriaansens), with eighteen works expertly displayed (chapeau to our production team!) in a historical monument is still on until June 3. I want so terribly to be modest about this show, but screw that, I am going to be straight with you -- it is a fantastic show. Get yourself to Rotterdam to see it before it closes on June 3.

2. Article in Volume Magazine: Guilty Landscapes
I was delighted to contribute a short essay to the latest issue of the Dutch architecture and design magazine Volume. The theme of the issue was Guilty Landscapes, and I wrote about the Polish town of Oświęcim (better known to the world by the name of the remains of the Nazi death camp which remains at the town's centre, Auschwitz). Read more about the issue and get your copy here:

3. Named to Editorial Board of PUBLIC journal
I'm very pleased to announce that I was recently appointed to the Editorial Board of PUBLIC, a Canadian interdisciplinary journal with a core focus on the visual and media arts. PUBLIC's mandate is to provide a space for critical thinking about the arts, and for showcasing rich artistic projects. PUBLIC strives to be an accessible, “original, critical, beautiful” journal about art. PUBLIC stands apart because it is conceived as a hybrid intellectual and creative forum that investigates how theoretical and critical issues intersect with art and public culture. Find out more about them at the PUBLIC website.

4. What else is cooking?
The artist list for the ZERO1 Biennial is out! Check it out, and book your tickets to come join us in San Jose this September! I will also be at the professional previews of Manifesta in Genk and Documenta in Kassel -- if you will be there, drop me a line, let's get together!

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See you in Rotterdam, Genk, Kassel, or elsewhere!

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