How does the hyper-financialization of housing affect our homes and the cities we live in? An examination into built structures and cultural values of late-capitalist society.
Alice Sarmiento’s article reveals the power of dance to resist the repressive methods of the war on drugs in the Philippines, within Manila’s poorest districts.
A photo essay by Helena Schätzle and Sudharak Olwe outlines the everyday atrocities on Dalits in India, which are shaped by the historical prejudice of the caste.
We are looking for contributions on the topic of »Membrane – Permeable Thinking in African/-diasporic Literatures and Art«
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.
Can we imagine a future in which humans won’t be the center anymore, but cockroaches play a major role in the ecosystem? This is exactly what the sci-fi-related project From Pest to Power proposes.
In a world where people are lonelier than ever, Jennifer Katanyoutanant builds a website for the millions of mukbang fans to have online dinners with one another.
Tiare Ribeaux fabricates an alternative present/near future – creating bioplastics, sharing those recipes, for creating speculative environments, and healing the earth.
What if the cephalopod served as a model species for humans? Miriam Simun explores how we overcome using high technology for human enhancement by training the body.
The project »All Cared for by Chains and Loops« by web resident Bassem Saad elaborates on the interrelation of Beirut’s garbage crisis and economies of waste and care.
Aykan Safoğlu reveals an intimate view on his work ziyaret/visit, an encounter with personalities buried at a West Berlin cemetery, in an attempt to sensitively deal with loss and transgression.
Two new fellows for cultural journalism and digital media have arrived. Alice Sarmiento and Enos Nyamor provide insight into their thoughts and ideas.
A reflection on the process of writing a novel by Luke Wilkins. In German and English.
Solitude Exercises take the reader to Solitude castle, to what being a fellow might feel like, but also to reimagine remoteness, silence, making, and longing.
An extensive look into the practice of artist and musician Robert Blatt, which is rooted in explorations of expanded sonic situations – functioning as an occurrence itself.
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?
With the return of Queen Mary to Rio de Janeiro, a football match intertwines times, spaces, and the people which form the family of Brazil.
From bioplastic cookbooks to multispecies speculative fictions: five new web residencies by Solitude & ZKM have started, selected by curator Mary Maggic.
Sometimes Dürig’s víkíngs are the way you imagine them; sometimes they are different. A collection of short stories inspired by Iceland’s people and nature.