»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.«
In the work of visual artist Patrizia Bach, Walter Benjamin’s thoughts on writing history lead to drawings that mediate past and present.
What can art do for blockchain to begin unveiling such facts that decentralized software architectures as blockchain do not necessarily decentralize power?
An atlas of figures taken from the essay film Off-White Tulips by Aykan Safoğlu that retains the associative narrative the film offers, but also presents an independent reading.
A fantastic story, set in the magical carnival nights of streamers and confetti, where the rubble and prayers of Rio de Janeiro meet to worship the night…
Iranian filmmaker Shirin Barghnavard on teaching how to narrate »a reality« in a creative way.
What allows us to love and be loved in neoliberal societies, in which love feels paradoxically more private and at the same time more political than ever?
Linking ambiguity and closure, intuition and deduction, artist Douglas Rogerson reveals the striking similarities and fuzzy paradoxes between premises and promises.
Because identifying one thing means saying it is different from an other. A curatorial investigation and introduction to »Gemini – The Journal.«
Autobiography, archaeology and history are narrative structures that create a sense of belonging. In the lure of identification, empathy becomes a powerful tool.
What happens when the judicial reconciliation of a homicide gets tangled up within its own intention of letting justice prevail? A filmmaker’s perspective.
Does a multiplicity of perspectives imply multiple realities? In an intimate conversation, two filmmakers discuss subjectivity, sincerity and quantum physics.