Tag: artists

Togetherward

Togetherward

Togetherward is a volume assembling new and existing documents that revisit, mix and remix moments in the work of artist Christian Nyampeta. The volume is composed of material that exceed singular authorship, in the form of texts, images, film stills, footnotes, photographs, poetry, and translations. 

An Ongoing-Offcoming Tale

An Ongoing-Offcoming Tale

An Ongoing-Offcoming Tale comprises abstractions, subversions and poetic ruminations, housed within essays that engage with the lives and practices of over 30 artists. It opens with the question: If only some leaves could speak? And in the journey that follows, we encounter many such possibilities ‚Äď that leave us asking questions of the boundaries we place around the things we are allowed to think, the knowledge we call knowledge, and the questions we permit ourselves to ask.

Momentography of a failure

Momentography of a failure

Momentography of a failure [Addis Ababa] brings essays, timelines, film, photography, and a series of conversations together to deal with Ethiopia’s controversial urbanisation and the transformative space of the city. It explores the gradual transition of rural-urban space, inner-city migration, emerging and disappearing spaces, and commoning in public space.

Un√ľbersetzbare Begriffe Kultureller Praktiken

Un√ľbersetzbare Begriffe Kultureller Praktiken

Un√ľbersetzbare Begriffe schl√§gt ein neues Vokabular von Begriffen vor, die in ihrer Sprache bestehen bleiben und nicht √ľbersetzt werden. Es handelt sich um W√∂rter, die kulturelle Praktiken, Haltungen und Wertesysteme vermitteln und aus ihrem jeweiligen Sprach- und Wortkanon erkl√§rt werden.

Untranslatable

Untranslatable

Untranslatable proposes a new vocabulary of terms that remain untranslated in their original language. These are words that convey cultural practices, attitudes and value systems and are explained from their respective language and word canon. Terms are presented that broaden perspectives, facilitate new perspectives, and thus enrich collective thinking as a global community.