MS#4 magazine with Consumer Art on the cover

MS#4 magazine serves as a platform to open up, continue and develop creative dialogue with artists, curators and researchers who were present in the programme of Muzeum Susch in 2022. This edition is very special and symbolic as it opens with a conversation with Natalia LL, the nestor of Polish feminist art and an icon of Polish contemporary art. She was an outstanding and original artist, who in her artistic practice touched upon issues of identity of women and women artists. […] The interview for MS#4 was the last given by her before she passed away in August 2022 at the age of eighty-five. In MS#4, we pay tribute to that pioneering artist and dedicate the cover of the magazine to her.

MS#4 Content list

— Grażyna Kulczyk: Editorial
— Natalia LL in conversation with Agnieszka Rayzacher

— Chasper Schmidlin in conversation with Kaja Pawełek and Agnieszka Sosnowska ‘Between the White Cube and the Cave’
— Kaja Pawełek’ The Museum as Earthwork’
— Zofia Kwasieborska ‘Conversations with Rocks’

— Discussion between Marta Dziewańska, Anke Kempkes, Camilo Leyva, Abigail Winograd: ‘Feliza Bursztyn: Welding Madness’
— Lucas Ospina; Feliza Bursztyn: ‘In a sexist country, pretend to be the mad one!’
— Jana Baumann ‘Heidi Bucher: Introduction’
— Discussion between Mayo Bucher, Kathleen Bühler, Pierre-Henri Foulon, Agnieszka Sosnowska: ‘Metamorphoses’
— Heidi Bucher: ‘Parquet-Dragonfly’
— Heidi Bucher: ‘Dictionary (On the Art of Heidi Bucher)’

ACZIUN: Performance Research Programme
— Joanna Leśnierowska ‘Hope Is a Muscle’
— Bush Hartshorn & Joanna Leśnierowska in conversation with Lisa Marie Bowler: ‘Art Doesn’t Need Support, Artists Do!’
— Monica Gillette ‘Yasmeen Godder’s Choreographic Approach to Practising Empathy’
— Jette Büchsenschütz ‘To Ensemble – to Assemble – to Assemblage: Cranky Bodies a/company in Ever More Extensive Interrelations’
— mayfield brooks ‘Whale Fall’

TEMPORARS: Residency Programme
— Alex Fisher ‘Changing States: On the Mobility of Meaning In and Amid Pristina’

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