Liste Monthly Picks

Spike x Liste Expedition Monthly Picks in November: Brit Barton on the allure of Inga Danysz’s faceless Sarcophagus 03

For the October edition of Spike x Liste Expedition Monthly Picks, Arnon Ben-Dror traces the de-solidification of contemporary sculpture in Hannah Sophie Dunkelberg’s works. 

 Vijay Masharani, Mourning In Advance, 2021-22

Vijay Masharani, Mourning In Advance, 2021-22

Dry, quantifiable data can evince emotions. And artist Vijay Masharani’s technical images are full of paranoia. Spike x Liste Expedition Monthly Picks, by Coco Klockner.

How do you translate a rice field into fabric? Artist Margherita Raso shows the way.

In the June edition of Spike x Liste Expedition Monthly Picks, the Berlin-based writer Olamiju Fajemisin pinches and zooms in on selected works by Srijon Chowdhury and discovers ambiguous feelings. 

 !Mediengruppe Bitnik, "Flagged for Political Speech", 2021

!Mediengruppe Bitnik, ”Flagged for Political Speech”, 2021

Ingrid Luquet-Gad traces the spirit of politicised laughter in !Mediengruppe Bitnik’s ongoing series “Flagged for” for the May edition of Spike x Liste Expedition Monthly Picks. 

 Jenna Bliss,  Professional Witnesses (2021)

Jenna Bliss, Professional Witnesses (2021)

Jaime Chu examines citizenship, empire, and belonging through the lens of Jenna Bliss’s video art for the April edition of Spike x Liste Expedition Monthly Picks. 

For the March installment of Spike’s monthly collaboration with Liste Expedition, Juan José Santos explores the abyss of language in Anna Dot’s multimedia practice.

 Still from Phung-Tien Phan, Girl at Heart (2020). Single-channel-HD-video, color, sound, 00:05:09. Courtesy Liste Expedition

Still from Phung-Tien Phan, Girl at Heart (2020). Single-channel-HD-video, color, sound, 00:05:09. Courtesy Liste Expedition

For the February installment of Spike’s ongoing collaboration with Liste Expedition, Hong Kong-based writer and curator Chang Qu swims through the data flow of Phung-Tien Phan’s hauntologically-tinged videos.

 C.L. Salvaro,  Before Sinking, it Floats  (2021). Photo: Ana Pigosso. Courtesy Liste Expedition

C.L. Salvaro, Before Sinking, it Floats (2021). Photo: Ana Pigosso. Courtesy Liste Expedition

For January’s edition of Spike Monthly Picks for Liste Expedition, São Paulo-based writer, editor, and curator Guilherme Teixeria explores the Brazilian artist C.L. Salvaro’s world of gravity-defying installations.