4 October 2012
I was pleased to discover this short essay, ‘Heterotopia: art, pornography and cemeteries’, written by the artist Knut Åsdam.
Knut Åsdam lives and works in Oslo, Norway. The work of the artist has gained global recognition and has been displayed in prestigious art institutions, such as Tate Modern and Tate Britain (UK), MoMA (USA), Moderna Museet (Sweden), and the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (France).
His website is also worth visiting, including information related to his exhibition entitled ‘The Care of Self’. His current work is showing in Lithuania.
Progressive Geographies – thinking about space and power (blog run by Stuart Elden)
Authority Research Network – a network addressing issues including:
‘Affective-materialist research on the cultures, discourses and embodiments of politics, urban spaces, landscapes, migration, mental health, race and biopolitics’.