A discourse into the relationship between the individual and the society, the self and the other, reconsidering European transpersonal identity and imaginary ideas.
Confronted with issues like rising rents, lack of regular funding, and the loss of an actual space, the artist initiative Fireplace finds hope in the adaptive nature of insects.
ZZ STUDIO is a nonprofit art space in the suburbs of Lyon, France, opening monthly shows despite a lack of visitors, and instead emphasizing the power of sharing skills.
The curatorial platform Ardesia Projects for contemporary photography was founded to oppose the competitive, expensive, and exclusionary structure photographers find themselves working in.
The interdisciplinary initiative die Anstoß from Karlsruhe enriches urban live by public interventions. Read what they told us about their future visions and common practices.
The Stuttgart-based project »contain’t« uses the principle of mobile spaces, which can be reconstructed at new locations, such as containers, tents, or wooden modular constructions to create their urban platform.
What altenative ways are there to understand and make architecture? Fotini Lazaridou-Hatzigoga revisits PROGRAM, a project space she co-ran in Berlin until 2012.
Who should take care of public space? In a new series Paula Kohlmann talks with people who are running projects that intervene in the art scene of a city.