bi'baxchange aims to showcase cross-border collaborations with cultural actors, project spaces and initiatives. Based on interdisciplinary and transnational cooperation projects, bi'baxchange seeks to exchange ideas, perspectives and know-how. In lecture performances, pop-up exhibitions, readings and presentations, bi'baxchange focuses on the decentralized, rhizomic connection between art, design, academics, participation, urban space and local activism.
Awhām is launching their new issue at Sinema Transtopia on 28th of October!
awhām is a Berlin-based annual print magazine invested in culture, aiming to increase the visibility of artists and talents with migrant biographies.
Issue #3 theme is “Artists’ Critique.” Art and culture have always been powerful tools mobilized by oppressive regimes to whitewash its crimes and to enforce their agendas. The commodification of art and the value created around it promotes self-censorship and adaptation for the sake of selling, being granted funding, or receiving prizes. In capitalist realism, is there a space left for artists’ critique? If yes, in what form? And how does it survive?
Our 3rd issue features Anadol, Akdar, Aude Nasr, Deniz Örs, Firas Shahdeh, Iskandar Ahmad Abdalla, Lexi Sun, Janset Genel, Ozan Tekin,Rami Shalati, Shahd Abusalama, Thoom, Yehudit Yinhar,Yelta Köm, Zeynep Yesim Ozkanca
A reading by
Iskandar Ahmad Abdalla
The new issue of awhām is now available to pre-order on awham.bigcartel.com and will be available for purchase at the event.
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