Dialogues / interviews and contemporary thought

Image: Aftermath Laika ® / Buenos Aires, 2021

Interview Marcelo Salvioli

Interview Marcelo Salvioli

Set designer, art director and visual artist, Marcelo Salvioli was born in La Plata in 1956. He lives and works as he thinks: The action of drawing, - he says - is his primary impulse, an integral act where the whole body participates; the drawing, a kind of dance. Regarding his work, the historical past refers to a common vision of the present. Roux defined it like this: a temperament that burns in the cultural conflict of our time.

Interview Cecilia Arditto Delsoglio

Interview Cecilia Arditto Delsoglio

Born in Buenos Aires in 1966, she has lived and composed music in Amsterdam since 2002. Her works have magical titles: Invisible music for flute, The book of gestures and This afternoon I read Adorno, based on a poem by Bárbara Belloc. The everyday in the concert hall rethinks the boundaries between the public and the private. Are your tools implausible? If there is something that characterizes home objects, it is their human scale and a fan, after all - he says - it is a wind instrument that rotates.

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by Aftermath Laika

Oscar Carballo interview

Oscar Carballo interview

Oscar Carballo was born in Buenos Aires in 1959. A visual artist, writer and film director, his work, heterogeneous and practically hidden, has postulated a strong divergence between the visual arts and design, two disciplines in his opinion, irreconcilable. Even when he considers aesthetic fascination as an excess of moral happiness, every work, he says, is a private speech that grants the audience a lasting, genuine and final emotion.

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by Aftermath Laika

Emilio Torti - Interview with the artist in the Image Campus BLOG

Interview Emilio Torti

Emilio Torti was born in Rosario in 1952. Visual artist and teacher, both his extensive pictorial work and his disturbing drawings - a universe of inexhaustible fractals - have always occupied his most important production. Through digital post-production and technologies, derived from those same inquiries, his current work continues to go through the visual experience as a particular adventure of thought.

Interview
by Aftermath Laika