Sam Thorne explores the influences of home, travel, translation and transience in the work of Brazilian artist Rivane Neuenschwander.
Diedrich Diederichsen questions how the Internet has affected definitions of a contemporary culture industry and finds that the imaginary architecture in a 15th-century book may provide the answer.
Sean O’Toole considers how Amar Kanwar‘s multilayered films and installations prompt ‘revelations of different kinds, for different individuals.’
Julian Myers grapples with the work of an artist who relishes multiple viewpoints, myriad materials and a slippery approach to meaning, to ask who is Sterling Ruby?
City Report: Tel Aviv features Israel’s second largest city, which is known as ‘the bubble’ for its air of detachment from political turmoil, its cosmopolitanism, hedonism and vibrant art scene.