Understanding practice as a network of connections from one theoretical point to another, and theory as a network of connections between one practice and another, kronotop.org is conceptualized as a research project committed to action, theoretical and practical.
With the intention to relate art, activism, politics and critical theory, and in the search for situations that encourage dialogue and collaborative networks, kronotop.org opens a collective space to think about the politics of positioning, critical interventions, limits of representation, as well as current conditions of art production and distribution. It is is a space for sharing ideas which can be rethought, rearticulated, expanded or used by other persons or groups in different contexts of their political actions.
kronotop.org is an online archive of video-interviews with artists, filmmakers, theorists and activists, structured by film folders, based on the possibilities for cross-connections between specific issues, common problems and multiple tactics for intervention in our current socio-political reality.
Special Thanks to: Sandra Schäfer, Martha Rosler, María Ruido, Irene Bude, Olaf Soboczak, Steffen Jörg, Marina Gržinić, Ana Oberlin, Lucía Egaña Rojas, Amador Fernández-Savater, Oliver Ressler, Harun Farocki, Antje Ehmann, Anjalika Sagar, Kodwo Eshun, Quico Peinado, Franco Berardi, John Jordan, Marion Hamm, Beka Economopoulos, Jason Jones, Mariana Corral, Marcelo Expósito, Gerald Raunig, Brian Holmes, Marissa Lôbo, Oriana Eliçabe, Leonidas Martín, Enmedio, Madina Tlostanova, Dmitry Vilensky, Aida Ibrahim, Charalambos Ganotis.
Decolonial Struggles and Performative Interventions into Western Politics
Interview with Marissa Lôbo about critical performative interventions into the colonial regime of western politics, decolonization of queer, and migrant, refugee, anti-racists and anti-sexists struggles (Vienna, November 2013).
Post-Soviet Imaginary and Global Coloniality: a Gendered Perspective
Interview with Madina Tlostanova about post-soviet imaginary, global coloniality and gender discourses from a decolonial option (Moscow, July 2013).
Entrevista con Lucía Egaña Rojas sobre el transfeminismo, sexualidad, postporno y su documental “Mi sexualidad es una creación artistica” (Barcelona, Junio 2011).