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Who’s Afraid of Motherhood? Zuzana Štefková | birthing pains | 01.01.2008
WHO’S AFRAID OF MOTHERHOOD?
Expanding the definition of “mother” is also a space for reducing pressure and for potential liberation.1 Carol Stabile The year was 2003, and in the deep forests of Lapák in the Kladno area, a woman in the later phase of pregnancy stopped along the path. As part of the “Artists in the Woods” exhibit, passers-by could catch a glimpse of her round belly, which she exposed especially for them in…
Coming out the Czecho(slovak) way Zuzana Štefková | theory | 01.03.2007
COMING OUT THE CZECHO(SLOVAK) WAY
"It’s depraved to believe in some sort of instincts," says an elderly man with a bloodied face in French to a younger man, who just a short distance from him is crawling across the garden and apparently dying. “To stick your dick into a stinking pussy, a hole, from which blood flows … after fucking pussy, your dick falls off,” the man adds without raising his voice; immediately…
Objectivity Detector Zuzana Štefková | review | 01.02.2006
OBJECTIVITY DETECTOR
Francis Alÿs: Politics of a Process Zuzana Štefková | profile | 01.01.2006
FRANCIS ALŸS: POLITICS OF A PROCESS
“Boredom, curiosity and vanity.” These are the three things that brought Belgian artist Francis Al˙s (born 1959) to art. It was a coincidence that took him away from his previous profession as an architect. He says his work, which crosses the borders of single art fields, styles and techniques, stems from his own ignorance. Since Al˙s was never educated in any particular artistic field, he…
You Look Wonderful Today. You Always Look Fabulous, But Much More So Today. Zuzana Štefková | interview | 01.01.2005
YOU LOOK WONDERFUL TODAY. YOU ALWAYS LOOK FABULOUS, BUT MUCH MORE SO TODAY.
An Interview With Juliana Kratochvílová I don’t remember how long it has been since I left school, but I’ve been a model for 23 years. Next week, on November 21st I’m going to be 63. I’ve been a model since I was 40. At that time I saw an advertisement in the Večerní Praha newspaper, and I thought, ‘well, I won’t be just sitting around at home and waiting.’ I am a Scorpio, we are full of energy…
Reflections on Desire Zuzana Štefková | research | 01.01.2005
REFLECTIONS ON DESIRE
Artists of the youngest generation We’ve been thinking about desire. The following “material” is the result of a few weeks of gathering interviews on the subject of desire. We’ve addressed ten young artists (art school students, recent graduates) whose work we see touching on the theme of desire; this need not be primarily desire. More than some scientific categorization we were interested in…
Birth and Resurgence of Czech Modernism Zuzana Štefková | review | 01.01.2005
BIRTH AND RESURGENCE OF CZECH MODERNISM
Martina Pachmanová’s Unknown Areas of Czech Modern Art: Examined from the Gender Perspective, published in Czech by Argo press, is unique among Czech art history publications. Czech Modernism, the subject of the book, is definitely not among the unexplored chapters of Czech art. Nevertheless, the book proves that previous scholarship has left blank spaces on the imaginary map of this region. A…
Zuzana Štefková | news | 01.02.2003
TEREZA JANEČKOVÁ IS AN ARTIST
Tereza Janečková is a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, the Czech Republic, yet she was able to advantageously commercialize and publicize her latest artistic project. In the pages of the Czech magazine Reflex, in an article entitled “Heart and Spades,” J. X. Doležal mulled over what it was that brought this student to realize one project: a pornographic photo-series printed in the…
I had to edit myself a bit (Interview with Petra Vargová) Zuzana Štefková | q&a | 01.02.2003
I HAD TO EDIT MYSELF A BIT (INTERVIEW WITH PETRA VARGOVÁ)
How did you start working with new media? I started in the studio of conceptual tendencies with Miloš Šejn. I spent a year there, and I liked it, but right in the first year I received the studio prize and that’s probably what chased me away. I wanted to go somewhere where I wouldn’t have such an easy life, and so I went to Knížák’s [ed.: Milan Knížák is the controversial head of the National…
Zuzana Štefková | venice biennale | 01.01.2003
TERROR = DÉCOR: ART NOW
Despite the fact that the Slovenian exposition Terror = décor: art now in Venice cam away with no prizes, it ranks alongside some of the most interesting projects in this summer’s Biennale. Žiga Kariž works with the theme of the commodification of violence in his project, with the viewpoint that artwork comes back to the viewer. The equation Terror = décor contains different possible readings for…
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