On art and literature
Art and literature were frequently partners in crime, especially in the avant-garde movements, but they now seem to have gone their separate ways. Is that true? Or is there still some common ground? Gilles Collard, from the Brussels magazine for art, literature and philosophy Pylône, discusses this with Hans Ulrich Obrist, author of the long-running Interview Project and curator of the Serpentine Galleries in London, and Donatien Grau, author of The Age of Creation and affiliated to Oxford University.