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  1. Berit Fischer & Kevin Muhlen on HLYSNAN: The Notion and Politics of Listening

    With “HLYSNAN: The Notion and Politics of Listening” (17.05.-07.09.2014) the Casino Luxembourg - Forum d’art contemporain presents an international group exhibition related to the topic of sound. It is dedicated to different audio practices and attempts to conciliate these with the current socio-political realities (featuring works of Yoko Ono, Susan Schuppli and Christine Sullivan & Robert Flint among others).

    Curators Berit Fischer and Kevin Muhlen comment on the exhibition.

    casino-luxembourg.lu/en/Exhibitions/Hlysnan-The-Notion-and-Politics-of-Listening

  2. Bettina Steinbrügge

    Art historian, Bettina Steinbrügge, in an interview about the text that she wrote for the exhibition catalogue, "Ceci n’est pas un Casino", in which she analyses games in art history. She also evokes certain works of art from the exhibition.

    + Info: casino-luxembourg.lu/en/Agenda/Ceci-n-est-pas-un-Casino

  3. Christodoulos Panayiotou

    Curator Kevin Muhlen talks about the monographic exhibition of Christodoulos Panayiotou at Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain (October 2013 – January 2014). Presence and absence as well as the (anti-)spectacular are key themes in the artist’s oeuvre.

    + Info: casino-luxembourg.lu/en/Exhibitions/Christodoulos-Panayiotou-and

  4. Damien Deroubaix & Jérôme Lefèvre

    Curators Damien Deroubaix and Jérôme Lefèvre talking about "Altars of Madness", an exhibition at Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain (2013) exploring the links between contemporary art and extreme metal music.

    + Info: casino-luxembourg.lu/en/Exhibitions/Altars-of-Madness

  5. Didier Damiani and Kevin Muhlen on Marco Godinho

    Curators Didier Damiani and Kevin Muhlen on the exhibition "Invisible More Visible More Invisible" by Marco Godinho at Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain (January - April 2013).

    + Infos: casino-luxembourg.lu/en/Exhibitions/Marco-Godinho-Invisible-More-Visible-More-Invisible

  6. Fabienne Bernardini & An Schiltz

    Exhibition curators, Fabienne Bernardini and An Schiltz, in an interview about the "everyday(s)" exhibition, shown from 30 January to 11 April 2010 at Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain. Brief explanations from the artists about their works which deal with daily life and the significance of time.

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