Oscar Murillo: On being glocal

Crossing from the extreme West to the extreme South of London is not that easy. On my way to South London Gallery, I remember the allegory of going South. Going far and hence, constructing easy meanings for popular apprehension. Who are those who live there? How do they live? Similarly, when artists, writers, and media representations […]

Art and Control: Olafur Eliasson

Olafur Eliasson is in São Paulo. It is a big exhibition shared between Sesc Pompeia (Lina Bo Bardi’s landmark building), the Sesc Belenzinho (East), and Pinacoteca do Estado (the most influential art space of the city). As Eliasson usually does, his audience is attracted into a space from which reactions are expected, on the grounds […]