Marion von Osten
Marion von Osten is an artist and cultural researcher. She is a founding member of Labor k3000 in Zurich, kleines post-fordistisches Drama (kpD) [Small Post-Fordist Drama] and the Center for Post-Colonial Knowledge and Culture in Berlin.
Artist Association of Azawad
Represented by Mazou Ibrahim Touré
The Artist Association of Azawad is the cultural wing of the National Liberation Movement of Azawad (MNLA), a multi-ethnic coalition of peoples from the Sahara and Sahel that struggles for a new independent state of Azawad, situated north of Mali. The Association brings together members from different artistic fields including music, literature, theatre and storytelling.
Represented by Dmitry Vilensky
Chto Delat [What is to be done?] was founded in 2003 in Saint Petersburg by a working group of artists, critics, philosophers, and writers with the goal of merging political theory, art, and activism. Chto Delat is active in many fields - producing a newspaper, plays, video films, total installations and community work. In 2012 Chto Delat founded the School of Engaged Art as a modular art school based on experimentation with the possibilities of engaged art practices in a time dominated by reactionary discourse.
Büro für Antipropaganda
Represented by Marina Naprushkina
The Büro für Antipropaganda [Office for Anti-Propaganda] was founded in 2007 and investigates how modern political ideologies work and how they influence society. Using artistic methods, the Office for Anti-Propaganda attempts to break open these patterns. At AOI, the Office for Anti-Propaganda is presenting the “Refugees’ Library” which features mainly drawn court notebooks of the asylum process as a source of information for refugees for better preparing their own cases.
Performing Arts Forum (PAF)
Represented by Jan Ritsema
Performing Arts Forum is a place for the professionals and not-yet-professionals in the field of performance arts, visual art, music, film, literature, new media, theory and cultural production, who seek to research and determine their own conditions of work. Initiated and run by artists, theoreticians, practitioners and activists themselves, PAF is a user-created informal institution. PAF is located in a former convent school in the village of St. Erme, France.
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