During her solo exhibition Proper Time, Margarita Gluzberg spoke in-conversation with philosopher Federico Campagna. The podcast style recording is now available on the Karsten Schubert London YouTube channel.
Campagna wrote the exhibition catalogue text for Margarita Gluzberg: Proper Time, which is available to purchase here.
Federico Campagna is an Italian philosopher living in London. He is the author of Prophetic Culture (Bloomsbury, 2021), Technic and Magic (Bloomsbury, 2018) and The Last Night (Zero, 2013). He is Frances Yates Fellow at the Warburg Institute, London, Critical Fellow at the Royal Academy Schools, London, and currently the philosopher in residence at Castello di Rivoli Contempory Art Museum, in Rivoli. He is the host of the literary podcast 'Overmorrow's Library', produced by the Centre for Contemporary Arts in Geneva. He works as Rights Director at the UK/US radical publisher Verso Books, and as Senior Editor at the Italian philosophy publisher Timeo.
Born in Moscow, Margarita Gluzberg has lived in London since 1979. She studied at the Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford, and the Royal College of Art, London. Over the last two decades, her work has been presented at major contemporary art spaces that include the MAC/VAL, Paris; CAC, Vilnius; Rooseum, Malmö; KAdE Kunsthal, The Netherlands; Lunds Konsthall, Lund; British School, Rome (where she was a Wingate Scholar); Drawing Room, London; and Site Gallery, Sheffield. In 2016 her Wellcome Trust project Rock On Bones, a series of multi-media Performance Lectures, was staged at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill; Performance Studio, London and the Royal College of Art. Her most recent solo exhibition In Paradise at Pushkin House, London was a ‘biogra-fictional’ project that marked 40 years of her life in the UK. Gluzberg has had an extensive teaching career, becoming Senior Lecturer at the Royal Academy Schools in 2018.