They were, those people, a kind of solution

The project They were, those people, a kind of solution is funded through European Union’s Creative Europe program.

Exhibitions

Who needs a company? Industrial complex Borovo 1988-1991.

The point of departure is the strike that took place in one of the biggest industrial systems in socialist Yugoslavia, Borovo, located in Vukovar, in 1988.

They Were Some Kind of a Solution

Margareta Kern, Božena Končić Badurina & Duga Mavrinac, Bosiljka Schedlich’s project The Trip. Women from Yugoslavia in Berlin (1987)

Signs and Whispers

The exhibition Signs and Whispers presents examples of artistic practices that examine the concept of the border, the economic and ideological causes of migrations, and the dominant policies of presenting "the migrant and refugee crisis".

Stories, temporarily

Stories, Temporarily brings together artistic observations about the social situations related to the causes and effects of migrations.

Fuel to the Fire

Natascha Sadr Haghighian’s new installation Fuel to the Fire raises topical issues like the militarization of the police, images as testimonies, and institutionalized racism and violence.

Discrepancies with G.G.

The minimalist and yet sensual installations of Leonor Antunes reveal traces of twentieth-century modernist architecture as well as how materials move across the world.

Semra Ertan and Audio Tape Index

In 1982, a 25-year-old poet, draughtswoman, and interpreter from Turkey set herself on fire in the German city of Kiel. Semra Ertan’s story is the starting point for Cana Bilir-Meier’s video Semra Ertan (2013, 7:30 minutes), which can be described as a filmic poem.

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In 1982, a 25-year-old poet, draughtswoman, and interpreter from Turkey set herself on fire in the German city of Kiel. Semra Ertan’s story is the starting point for Cana Bilir-Meier’s video Semra Ertan (2013, 7:30 minutes), which can be described as a filmic poem.

Soon enough: Art in Action

Soon enough: art in action is an exhibition about futures. It is inspired by the urgencies of our time, and a conviction that artistic practice can communicate complex problems and coordinate resistance.