JON RAFMAN interviewed by AIDS 3D (Daniel Keller and Nik Kosmas)

Aids3d: As an artist you’ve got a lot of different things going on. Do you think it’s important as an artist to have a seemingly cohesive body of work, or at least some kind of delineation between different sub-practices. Could you outline some structure that organizes your practice as a whole? Jon Rafman: What ties […]

Alicia Frankovich in conversation with Eleanor Weber

  Having experienced artist Alicia Frankovich’s work live for the first time at her Undisciplined Bodies event at Salon Populaire, Berlin, on 18 May 2011, I later spoke with the New Zealand-born, Berlin-based artist about the ideas behind and around both the event itself and her practice more broadly. We moved from a discussion of […]

Aids 3D interviewed by SIMON DENNY

Simon Denny: Part of your practice seems to be concerned with categorization. There is the obvious example of your website to draw on, which divides the material in the main menu by file format. What makes these kind of divisions a relevant point to enter your process? Daniel Keller: I think early on, we organized […]


Matt Sheridan Smith: I wanted to start by talking about the series of three recent shows called Negative Headroom: The Broadcast Intrusion Incident. Maybe you could tell me a bit about the story behind this and where you first saw it intersecting with your practice in a way where you wanted to make a project […]


The work of Matt Sheridan Smith is no less full of language and a sense of absence, silence, and loss. Such melancholic motifs are largely the byproduct of an interest in the erosion of the self and agency in an increasingly administrative, template-based culture, in which identity is organized according to models such as Facebook […]