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Anton Vidokle is an artist and founder of e-flux. Born in 1965, Vidokle lives in New York and Berlin. His work has been exhibited in international biennials such as Documenta 13, Gwangju, Venice, Dakar and Shanghai, and at museums including the Tate Modern, London; Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City; ICA/Boston and MoMA/PS1, New York, among many others.
As founder of e-flux, he has produced projects such as “Next Documenta Should Be Curated By An Artist” (curated by Jens Hoffmann) and “Do It” (curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist), and directed a program of exhibitions that has included solo shows by Adam Curtis, Raqs Media Collective and Allan Sekula, as well as group exhibitions such as “Animism” (curated by Anselm Franke).
In 2008, with Brian Kuan Wood and Julieta Aranda, Vidokle founded the e-flux journal, a monthly online publication on art and critical theory. Also in 2008, Vidokle and Aranda created Time/Bank, a platform where artists, curators, writers and other cultural workers can help each other get things done by exchanging their time and skills rather than money.