“Capital is an abstract parasite, an insatiable vampire and zombie-maker; but the living flesh it converts into dead labor is ours, and the zombies it makes are us.” – Mark Fisher, Capitalist Realism.
The latest photography series for my in-development feature film Sick Bacchus is now online at Private Photo Review.
Patriarchal Sabbath, 2023 (video art) Quito 2023 Vacations in the Subconscious 1924-2023 – 100 Years Surrealist Manifesto by André Breton Surrealist Vacation Resort Quito 25 / 26 August 2023 An inter/trans-continental collaboration between – The New Museum of Networked Art & MIVA Expanded Narratives Experimental Video Art Festival Quito/Ecuador @ Cinemateca Nacional Quito Special selection
SICK BACCHUS website www.sickbacchus.com SICK BACCHUS movie IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11572824/?ref_=nm_flmg_unrel_1_dr SICK BACCHUS IG: https://www.instagram.com/sickbacchusmovie
The Surrealist Summer Vacation Camp Vacations in the Subconscious – 100 years – The Manifesto of Surrealism by André Breton curated by the New Museum of Networked Art Los Angeles/Cologne 22 July – 09 September 2023 – simultaneously @ Torrance Art Museum Los Angeles & Alphabet Art Centre Cologne 7 weeks – 14 screening programs
Summer with Monika ( Monika K. Adler’s summer exhibitions) Posted on June 4, 2023 Patriarchal Sabbath, 2023 (photography/video art) Patriarchal Sabbath is an allegory of resistance against gender inequality. Women must unleash themselves from the “male-shaped symbolic order.” Contemporary, atheistic, consumer societies are, at heart, the same as religious theocracies; all good people, still controlled by patriarchal coding.
My video work ‘Simone de Beauvoir told me’ will be screened in the – The Eternal Feminine – Art in Lima 2023; in the Museu dos Terceiros, Ponte de Lima, Portugal 5 July – 24 September 2023 Simone de Beauvoir told us that for woman there is no other way out than to work for
The Pictorial List | In Conversation with Monika K. Adler: https://www.thepictorial-list.com/interview/monika-k-adler TPL: Talk us through the narrative of NOSTALGIA. When and how did this project first manifest for you? What was the inspiration? What journey are you taking us on? What have you learned from this project that has surprised you? MKA: Nostalgia tells the
Timeline:BH#7 INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF VIDEO ART AND EXPERIMENTAL CINEMA 2022 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil starts today! Official Selection: Program 6: Nostalgia / Monika K. Adler / 07’28” / Poland / 2022