Ekaterina Degot is an art historian, art writer and curator whose work focuses on aesthetic and sociopolitical issues in Russia, predominantly in the post-Soviet era.
Represented by Lorenzo Pezzani
Forensic Architecture is a research project based at Goldsmiths, University of London, assembling a team of architects, artists, filmmakers, activists and theorists to undertake research that gathers and presents spatial analysis in legal and political forums, providing evidence for political organisations, NGOs and the United Nations. Additionally, the project undertakes critical examinations of the history and present status of forensic practices in articulating notions of public truth.
The Silent University
Represented by Emily Fahlén & Ahmet Öğüt
The Silent University is an autonomous knowledge exchange platform by refugees, asylum seekers and migrants. It aims to address and reactivate the knowledge of the participants and make the exchange process mutually beneficial by inventing alternative currencies in place of money or free voluntary service. These explorations attempt to make apparent the systemic failure and the loss of skills and knowledge experienced through the silencing process of people seeking asylum.
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