Alex Wilk

Alex Wilk works as an independent researcher and has professional experience in arts publishing. She is currently an editorial assistant at the photography and visual culture journal Archivo Platform. She also works as a research assistant for the curator Hans Ulrich Obrist and previously for the designer Cecil Balmond. Alex was an editor of Balmond Studio’s e-journal Thinking in Practice and led the production of Balmond’s book Crossover (Prestel, 2013). Alex’s research takes visual and textual formats: she has taken part in art residency programmes, exhibitions and has published articles. Underpinning her interests is an exploration of the cultural construction of nature, voice and the subject from posthumanist and feminist perspectives. Alex holds an MA in Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths, University of London.

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Recent articles

For decades, Patras has been one of the main hubs for migration routes to Europe, particularly Italy. A short distance from the inhabited areas and tourist facilities lie entire disused industrial sites occupied by migrants waiting to try their luck at “the game”, namely, illegally boarding westward bound ferries. The… Read more »

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In August 1835, the American newspaper, The Sun, published a series of incredible astronomical reports attributed to Sir John Herschel, one of the leading British scientists of his time. Thanks to a “telescope of vast dimensions and an entirely new principle”, Herschel and his team had apparently discovered traces of alien life on the moon, from water and… Read more »

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The subterranean world is one of the few areas of this planet that we are far from having complete maps of. Due to their very nature, embedded deep into masses of otherwise impenetrable rock, the chartering of caves requires continuous exploration, not to mention luck to find new openings and… Read more »

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