ORTEN
Betongen

A Million Gazes Betongen   Emma Dominguez Martinez The site on which I have chosen to ground my artistic research is a place with many names. I struggled when beginning to write…

Emma Dominguez Martinez

Emma Dominguez Martinez is an artist based in Stockholm, brought up in Botkyrka. Her work often takes its starting point in the questioning of power structures, asking: Who gets to be visible,…

concretization

{ concretization }   To concretize is to make something concrete, specific or definite. Concretization is the process of concretizing a general principle or idea by delineating, particularizing or exemplifying it. Does…

succession

{ succession }   Succession (from the Latin successio: “succession, inheritance”) constitutes a consistent, mostly irreversible change from one biocenosis (plant, animal, or microbial group) to another within a given area, due…

STOCKHOLM
Concrete

Concrete as Scenography of Modernity Concrete   Herman Hjorth Berge, Emma Dominguez, Ann Mirjam Vaikla, Hannah Wiker Wikström Concrete surrounds and shapes us in myriad ways; it produces our material reality. With…

RYFYLKE
Bergsvik

An Intergenerational Séance on Extractivism Bergsvik   Herman Hjorth Berge To the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate, Oslo On the 27th of June, 1935, we sent a concession application for a…

Herman Hjorth Berge

Herman Hjorth Berge comes from Stavanger, Norway, and currently lives in Stockholm, Sweden. His practice exists somewhere between the disciplines of art, architecture and academia and seeks to address injustice in the…

HAMBURG
Museum für Völkerkunde

Decolonial Rhetorics The Repositioning of Hamburg’s Ethnological Museum Museum für Völkerkunde   Stefan Fuchs With the completion of its new building in 1912, the Museum für Völkerkunde became a place in its…

Stefan Fuchs

Stefan Fuchs is a freelance graphic- and exhibition designer based in Hamburg, Germany. He graduated from the University of Fine Arts of Hamburg (HFBK) with a focus on editorial design. Working in…

blind spot

{ blind spot }   When we ask ourselves what a blind spot is, we might define it as something that “we cannot know, what we cannot see, what we cannot represent.”[1]…