In her installation and book, Ines Doujak criticizes the way multinational corporations reap profits by taking out patents on indigenous plants, food, knowledge, even human tissues from developing countries and turn them into lucrative products. Without sharing the benefits with the country of origin
Alessandro Ludovico is a media critic and editor in chief of Neural magazine. He also collaborate on art projects which have toured the world such as Amazon Noir and Google Eat Itself.
I arrived last week at Documenta in Kassel pulling my suitcase along the bumpy pavement with one hand, […]
How to survive the paper industry kicked off the Paper & Pixel week of discussions at Documenta12 in […]