"The advent of fictocriticism, the propagation of the artist’s novel, and the increasing interest in experimental forms of creative criticism are unequivocal symptoms of the emergence of a hybrid textual space where traditional distinctions between theory and practice, fiction and research, literature and the visual arts, are blurred. The only trait common to such a disorganised array of writing practices lies in the fact that they are mongrels of all sorts of breeds and colours."From: Obieg magazine - 'Art & Literature: A Mongrel's Guide', guest edited by DAI associate researcher & alumn David Maroto (DAI, 2013).

15.06.18 | tag: Warsaw

Dear all,
"Today a new issue of Obieg magazine has been published, which I have guest-edited with the title 'Art & Literature: A Mongrel's Guide'.
With contributions by Chris Kraus, Mark von Schlegell, Cally Spooner, Raimundas Malašauskas, David Antin, Charles Bernstein, Julien Bismuth, Lynne Tillman, Sebastian Cichocki, Francis McKee, Owen G. Parry, and Georgina Starr.
 
 
All best,