Alex Wilk

Alex Wilk is one of the co-founders and editors of Anima Loci. She works between research, design and editorial projects for the arts. Her personal projects take visual and textual formats: she has taken part in art residency programmes, exhibitions and today she enjoys exploring her research interests through writing. Alex holds an MA in Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths, University of London.

What is today known as ‘whistleblowing’ could once take the form of interacting with a threatening gaze carved into the city wall. It is the case of the ‘boche de Leon’ or ‘lion’s mouths’ disseminated by the old Venetian Republic throughout its territory to suppress illegal activities. Through a close… Read more »