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MONO.KULTUR #43: FATIMA AL QADIRI EXCERPT #01

Desert Strike is a reflection on your experiences during the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait and the Gulf War in 1990/1991…’
Yes, but it is even more about this disgusting video game with the same title that came out in 1992, which I hated but, at the same time, couldn’t stop playing because it [...]

MONO.KLUB #51: FATIMA AL QADIRI / LONDON

Dear Friends,
last week’s launch of our new issue mono.kultur #43, featuring Kuwaiti producer and artist Fatima Al Qadiri, was so nice that we have to do it all again, this time in London. We will bring her series Bored 1997 to the walls of impossibly hip gallery space KK Outlet on Hoxton Square for two [...]

MONO.KULTUR #43: FATIMA AL QADIRI

Dear Friends,
the world has taken a darker turn since we last spoke, so we feel it’s a fitting time for our new issue mono.kultur #43 with Kuwaiti producer and visual artist Fatima Al Qadiri.
Bending and fusing different genres of music, Al Qadiri has released a handful of largely instrumental albums that often imply [...]

MONO.PUNKT #38: LIBROS MUTANTES / MADRID

Art Book Fair
Casa Encendida
Ronda de Valencia, 2
28012 Madrid
START: Today, 5pm

MONO.KULTUR #43 / SOUNDBITE 03

Launched this Thursday, released online next week: mono.kultur #43, featuring Kuwaiti producer and artist Fatima Al Qadiri.

MONO.KULTUR #43 / SOUNDBITE 02

mono.kultur #43: a protest issue, of sorts.

SOPHIE CALLE / HERE LIE THE SECRETS OF THE VISITORS OF GREEN-WOOD CEMETERY

Creative Time has recently announced the commission of Here Lie the Secrets of the Visitors of Green-Wood Cemetery,  a 25 year long new public artwork by the internationally renowned French conceptual artist and current mono.kultur cover star, Sophie Calle co-presented with Green-Wood Cemetery. The project will debut with a two daylong inaugural event on April 29th and 30th, [...]

MONO.KULTUR #43 / SOUNDBITE 01

On the horizon: mono.kultur #43.

DESIGN DETAILS: MONO.KULTUR #42 SOPHIE CALLE

Among the range of all the different design philosophies and styles that have found their way into mono.kultur over the years, it’s the quiet, unobtrusive approach that we sometimes enjoy the most. Idem for our still current issue with and about Sophie Calle, designed by the wonderful Wuppertal-based designer Stephanie Passul.
Almost museal at first sight, [...]