Cuba-based journalist Boris González Arenas on the case of Ariel Ruiz Urquiola, who went on a hunger strike to protest the lack of medicine for his sister.
Artistic director Jeffrey Döring on the necessity of »magic« dynamics between actors and props during the first rehearsals.
Author Young Rader from Berlin shares an excerpt from »Sinkhole«, a novel-in-progress about a son visiting his mother in the mountains and one particular summer in the son's past.
Cairo-based journalist Azza Moghazy on a definition of »culture« that oversteps the boundaries of newspapers’ culture sections to impact the general audience.
Actress Laila Richter on her personal experiences of being diagnosed with »high sensitivity« and its connection to Undine, one of the main characters of »Burning Snow«.
Artist and web resident Lauren McCarthy turned her nightmare – hosting a party – into an AI art performance. A talk about AI, art, and the human interface
A conversation with artist and theorist Rosa Menkman who focuses on visual noise artifacts, resulting from accidents in both analog and digital media.
Journalist Boris González Arenas on how reasonable housing options, a former goal of the government's agenda, were substituted by homes made of old boards and palm leaves.
In the first entry of »Traces of a Water Spirit« dramaturg Jeffrey Döring introduces the concept of the play »Burning Snow« to the production team.
In an interview with curator Mirna Rul, Zagreb-based artist Ana Kovačić discusses change, transience, and the notion of home as recurring themes in her work.
Curator and art historian Ivana Meštrov on the notion of the »subject-object« in the work of filmmaker Ana Hušman.