Permanent (Win) Streak: A Conversation with Mircea Cantor

When Mircea Cantor lists his working/living location as “Planet Earth”, he’s not being flippant. Over the last decade, he has called places such as Tel Aviv, Bucharest, Rome, Paris, Nantes, and New York both home and workspace. For good reason, too.

Cantor seems to have absorbed a litany of cultural traces that have fused into his multidisciplinary practice. He is primarily a filmmaker (he has also presented sculpture, animation, photography, drawings and paintings), but above all, he con...

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