Q/A Paige K. Bradley
Is conspiracy the new folklore?
by Paige K. Bradley
" The master narratives – rarely acknowledged as conspiratorial precisely because they’re so pervasive – failed and the enormous shit taken on us fertilised the soil for a thousand new stories to grow."
A lot’s changed in New York since we last heard from Dean Kissick in October. A president was elected and fresh plywood added to store façades, quickly blanketed in new graffiti hearts. Hope and the 5G conspiracy are pretty tricky things.
Spike Berlin has been host to a collaborative show between Ivan Gallery, Bucharest, and Temnikova & Kasela Gallery, Tallinn. Before the final days of the group show, we spoke to the gallerists about the situation in their home countries, and how the show “On Adornments” came together.
In her new column, KAITLIN PHILLIPS gives us a few anecdotes about hot dog eating, boys who overvalue Continental Philosophy, and what happens when your friends start to hate you. What more could you ask for?