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Azadeh Sharifi talks with Azadeh Ganjeh and members of the Woman* Life Freedom Collective Ozi Ozar and Anahita Safarnejad
On his new work “The Names / שמות”
An interview with Nedjma Hadj Benchelabi and Shaymaa Shoukry
By Caspar Weimann, translated by Josephinex Ashley Hansis
With James Bridle, Christiane Kühl, Tactical Tech, dgtl fmnsm, onlinetheater.live, Nina Tecklenburg, Nadia Ross, Marion Siéfert a.o.
An excerpt from “Symphony of Progress”, the new work of author and director Nicoleta Esinencu ...
A text by Hito Steyerl.
The complete overview of all publications by HAU since 2014 is now online …
A conversation about experiments, freedom and solidarity – as well as the vital underground. With Elke Lixfeld, Alfred 23 Harth, Alexander Hacke and Andrea Neumann.
Text by Patrick Hohlweck.
Text by Hendrik Otremba.
Editorial by Stella Konstantinou, Volkan Türeli (HAU to connect) and Nadine Vollmer (freelance dramaturge).
On 5 May 2021, HAU invited some of the players to a round table to talk about the situation at Mehringplatz ...
A text by Hülya K. Kilic, shop owner and activist.
With contributions by Jan Distelmeyer, Anna Fries, Ulla Heinrich (dgtl fmnsm), Christiane Kühl (doublelucky productions), Legacy Russell, Roman Senkl (minus.eins), Caspar Weimann (onlinetheater.live) and Lena Ziyal
An Essay of Author and Science Historian Edna Bonhomme on "Radical Mutations: On the Ruins of Rising Suns"
The making of the tape art picture by artist Fabifa as part of “Я выхожу! (I'm going out!)” – Berlin Meets Minsk
During the “Unacknowledged Loss II”, several materials like photos, texts and films were generated that we share now with the public as part of the programme of #HAUonline.
In the new podcast edition of the series "Burning Futures", guests T.J. Demos as well as Anjalika Sagar and Kodwo Eshun (Otolith Group) discuss ...
In the third episode, we accompany The Community member Khalil, who is moving further and further away from the usual earthly existence in space and time.
In the second episode, protagonist Elsi tells of her journey through a dystopian Europe, queer solidarity, and a reunion that turns out differently as planned.
Based on world events in times of the Corona pandemic, Jota Mombaça conceives a diffuse future, one in which borders, escape and freedom of thought play a central role.
By Tim Etchells
Between March 15 and 18, HAU originally planned to show “A Melancholic Melody / A Will To An End – A Series of Works by Ligia Lewis” ...
“Collectivize Facebook” is a lawsuit aimed to turn Facebook into public property, initiated by artist Jonas Staal and lawyer Jan Fermon. Read here Staal’s introduction to the project.
In his essay, Thomas Ryckewaert draws a connection between H.P. Lovecraft‘s creatures and the cool horror of the intelligent machine.
In their essay Frederike Kaltheuner and Nele Obermüller show the darker side of the utopia of cyber freedom ...
As we build rivals to human intelligence, James Bridle looks at our relationship with the planet’s other alien consciousnesses.
As part of the festival “The Present Is Not Enough – Performing Queer Histories and Futures”, HAU initiated an open call for artists based in Berlin, who were invited to submit proposals for their Manifestos for Queer Futures.
The writer Luise Meier was commissioned by HAU Hebbel am Ufer to go along with their current film and poster campaign “KEEP IT REAL” ...