PRAKSIS is pleased to present Oslo Havn, a summer portrait of Oslo’s maritime landscape by British artist Julia Parks. Parks gathered the material for Oslo Havn while taking part in PRAKSIS’s second residency, mucker mate, in 2016. The resulting film adds to her ongoing series of works exploring landscape through the medium of animation.Read More
Behind with your Christmas shopping? Famous New Media Artist Jeremy Bailey has the answer: artworks doubling as the world’s most giveable gift, Socks.
Click here to see the live performance online from 17.00–19.00 CET on Saturday 16 December
Daniela Müller’s online contribution to the collectively produced, Don’t rest, Narrate—a single publication produced in 9 individual volumes (one by each resident and one by PRAKSIS) plus additional online contributions.Read More
Merve Ünsal’s internet project, Now You're Far Away, stems from a performance which took place in Istanbul on 12 June 2017. It involved two parallel events. The sentence "Now You're Far Away" was projected onto the (supposedly) public space of the Bosphorus Bridge. At the same time, on the boat from which the projection was made, a group of twenty people endeavoured to discuss and share what they deemed to be unutterable.
The negotiation of publicness is a constant necessity in the precarious circumstances of our present political existence. The deeply political nature of the personal languages of love and desire constantly has to be dealt with. In this work, the group’s paradoxical attempts to articulate and make public their "unutterable" are brought into a simple yet poignant, potent relationship with something private and intimate that’s been sung or spoken publicly again and again, in diverse collective contexts.Read More
A tapeworm without a gut (sketches for disaster proto-fiction)
Released 10 August 2017Read More
Tutorial#10 Every Team Member
Released 2 May 2017Read More
Silence of the Valkyries
Released 1 March 2017Read More
FINDING FANON GAIDEN: DELETE
Released 10 December 2016Read More