Is the best part of a story the one that isn’t told? An essay by author Katharina Hartwell on the fascinating power of a blank space in a story.
Where do the objects in ethnographic museums come from? How about returning them today if claimed? An interview with cultural journalist Tony Feda and artist Ana Mendes
The Cuban journalist Yania Suarez went to Berlin last September with the purpose of coming across their communist past – which is her present. And in the DDR museum, she ran into her childhood.
In an excerpt of his diary, cultural journalist Tony Feda gives an insight into his personal opinion on power relations of different kinds between Africa and the West.
After the Last Sky festival is, as it’s been defined, the first interdisciplinary and international event in Germany assembling artists, activists, and academics dealing with »the im-/possibility of being Palestinian.«
The first year and the last call for Schlosspost web residencies is coming to an end. Remains to ask ourselves: Is this the residency of the future?
An interview with web resident Paul Simon Richards on his project »Quasi-Monte Carlo«, a series of digitally rendered videos.
Web resident Megan Snowe wants to make her work »messier, stickier, and gooier.« But the New York-based artist’s practice is paradoxically very deep.
What would an archive of the future look like and what does this tell us about the today? An interview with web resident Polly Gregson on her project and the future
There's drama everyday and everywhere. A writer's job is to extract it, connect the dots and present it to you. »House No. 49« is a piece of literary fiction that mirrors the current Zeitgeist – the forces of globalization