Roxane Bovet is a researcher, curator and publisher, from Fribourg, Lausanne and Geneva. She creates spaces for dialogue – dialogical spaces. whether physical, virtual, literary, geographical, textual or imaginary spaces, she attempts to bring together things, objects, people and concepts, to mix natures in order to discover the surplus and carry on a reflection on the world that surrounds us. The aim is to create and not to realize as if the thought is politics, it doesn’t have a political project. Roxane is co-founder of the publishing house Clinamen (2013) and co-director of the art space Zabriskie Point in Geneva since 2012.
My mom always told me that if someone has already said something well, it’s better to just borrow their word than to make less good. 🙂 So for all what follows, I’ll just borrow words to Henry Jenkins, Pierre Levy, Frank Rose and some who have already spoke about this matter better than me. First […]
This question inspired me two part of response. In the past, some have tried to take radical positions against art market like conceptual artists with “unsaleable” immaterial works, or (suposed to be) “un-buyable” works like artist shit, but all those experiences were made into the art field which is not outside of the global capitalist […]
I’m not sure about if expert could be a good or a bad thing in itself but maybe it can depends on the organisation of the group in which this specialised knowledge is spread. I think to this linked to Mathieu O’neil text Cyberchief in which he argues that on the internet, in contrary of […]