Looking at Susan Meiselas’s work »Kurdistan: In the Shadow of History,« Sophie-Charlotte Opitz explains how memory can »survive« by becoming a part of social life.
Writing about cultural artifacts needs new strategies of interpretation in a media-saturated world, as Enos Nyamor outlines in his essay.
Contemplating their experiences, two individuals connect through a visual exchange – an affirmation and replica of their interactions with their everyday lives.
Along with other artist fellows, Leon Filter developed three strategies of collaborating without becoming a collective, and exchanging thoughts without becoming a platform.
In the midst of the fourth industrial revolution, can art initiate the transformation of societies beyond economic values and instead create spaces for societal ones?
Featuring the project Al camello camello y al amor amor, which refers to unrecognized forms of labor, especially performed by women and artists who work out of passion and love.
An image research project by photographer Nadia Mounier, which explores representation of women in photographic images produced or circulated in the Arab-Islamic sphere.
A fictional review by Meta Cunt about the communal feminist space LILA-X-BASE, Los Angeles, yet to be founded, in the near future.
Located a sci-fi setting, artist Simon Feydieu narrates the strange fate of a future city where culture, digitalization, and dating join forces. But not for good.
No matter where we grew up, we were all children at one point. A writing and bookbinding workshop examined the ways of expressing how childhood influences personalities.
Three projects by Lucie Freynhagen that dismantle the logic of the art market and institutions, where art can be spotted somewhere else, beyond institutionally secured spaces.
Following objects or events rather than a main character, the comic strips of artist and philosopher Tupac Cruz are loaded with accidental encounters and unforeseen everyday occurrences.
Instructions for a self-guided movement practice, a physical-mental session to experience yourself from new perspectives.
A one-off podcast discussion between Mike Sperlinger and Madeleine Bernstorff – about his publication, her recordings and the strange contemporary fate of cinephilia.
In a cocreative process, two women translated poems from Hebrew to German, cultivating access to the world of the Other through language and articulation.
GmbH focuses on self-organized structures of independent cultural initiatives and the bureaucratic apparatus beyond it, highlighting complex processes.
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.
Contributions by artists, curators and citizens from around the world explore formats and methods of soft power apart from the common strategies of culture, politics, and economy.
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 Soft Power Palace festival stands for the need to strengthen European cultural exchange and methods of togetherness – between art, social practice, and activism.
»To configure the social placement of a person, imagine their distress and their ten minute walk home from a bus stop, is shadowy or nudity.«
»Have a good cry but also put it into words, please.«
What can art do for blockchain to begin unveiling such facts that decentralized software architectures as blockchain do not necessarily decentralize power?