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Juno Meinecke
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*1989 is one of the initiators of the archive filesfrommoria.de, which collects videos by people who resident in the refugee camp in Moria on the greek island of Lesbos.
She works as author and filmmaker in Berlin.

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Agata Pyzik
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AP is a writer, contributes to Artforum & Calvert Journal, author of Poor but Sexy. Culture Clashes in Europe East and West (2013) and a memoir A Girl & a Gun (2020). She lives in Warsaw.

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Fette Sans
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is based in Berlin.
She has a conceptual and interdisciplinary practice that includes the production of images, writing, performance, online gestures, filmmaking, discussions and installation. Concerned with social systems, representation and technology, she develops obsessive rituals, collaborations and speculative narratives to question these issues.
Last year, Sans initiated the series of conversations in hotel rooms called Precarious Gossips. These aim at gathering voices coming from multiple backgrounds, that may be under-represented or generally more quiet, as to discuss important yet delicate topics.

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Anna Ehrenstein
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works in transdisciplinary artistic practice with a focus on research and mediation. She uses lens based media, installation, social moments, sculpture, print or writing to reflect the intersections and divergences of so-called 'high' and 'low cultures' and their socio-economic and political constitutions. Raised between Albania and Germany reflections on migration-related visual and material culture, the social life of things, networked images and diasporic narratives form main foci of her work. She studied photography, media arts and curatorial studies and see’s her work as an art educator as part of her artistic and activist practice. She works with a variety of groups together on collaborative artistic projects, e.g. amongst others for the 10th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art, within District Berlin as part of the intersectional, feminist collective N*A*I*L*S or the Critical Academy in Dublin.

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Karina Rovira
Visual Management

I write my to do list on my right hand.
A list of suggestions about my work here: floating, implicit communication, echo, movement, transformation.
My mediums?
Film photography, video, and installations
Based in Berlin.
www.karinarovira.format.com

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Melissa Canbaz
Associate Editor, Issue 10

Melissa Canbaz is a writer and curator based in Berlin, where she recently worked for Haus der Kulturen der Welt. Currently she is part of the team at the thematic bookshop Pro qm. She is co-running the exhibition space Stations in Kreuzberg.

www.stations.zone

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Jakob Lohmann
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Quarantined in Bologna, performance artist Jakob Lohmann began the initiative Artists in Quarantine to showcase artists and tell their stories. Due to travel restrictions, precautionary measures, as well as general hysteria caused by virus COVID-19, many artists are losing work opportunities and foundational income. Galleries, theaters, even public places are being closed off. Artists in Quarantine wants to show humans during this crisis and our ways of dealing with the uncertainty of the situation while at the same time moving forward. Next to shedding light upon each individual and different projects that have arisen from these circumstances, Jakob wants to create a community of artists that can help each other through this current crisis. https://www.jlohmann.com/

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Juliet Jacques
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is a writer and filmmaker based in London. Her most recent book is Trans: A Memoir (Verso, 2015).

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Mikala Hyldig Dal
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Mikala Hyldig Dal is an artist, curator and author based in Berlin, Cairo and The Hague. She examines visual cultures through video- and text-based interventions. Many of her works are installations, but also performance, drawing and painting are among her artistic practices. The artist is represented in international exhibitions, e.g. in Martin Gropius Bau Berlin, Cairo Townhouse Gallery, Nikolaj Kunsthal Copenhagen, Fluxfactory New York and Azad Gallery Tehran. Dal is interested in the connections between image production and the destruction of images (iconoclasm), processes of visualization and invisibility, structures of power in the field of the visual. In the words of philosopher Jacques Rancière: Mikala deconstructs "aesthetic regimes" with her artistic works, her curatorial projects and theoretical reflections."
- Introduction by Prof. Dr. Linda Hentschel, Institute for Art and Visual History (IKB), Humboldt University Berlin
(translated from German)

https://cargocollective.com/mikala-hyldig-dal

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Rodney

Rodney is a vendor for Arts of the Working Class based in Berlin

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Stephanie Bailey
Associate Editor Issue 10

Stephanie Bailey is editor-in-chief of Ocula Magazine, a contributing editor to ART PAPERS
and LEAP, the managing editor of Podium, the online journal for M+ in Hong Kong, and a
member of the Naked Punch editorial committee. Formerly senior editor of Ibraaz, she also
writes for ArtMonthly, Artforum, Yishu Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, and D’ivan, A
Journal of Accounts, and since 2015 she has curated the Conversations programme at Art
Basel in Hong Kong. From 2006 to 2012, Bailey lived in Athens, Greece, where she
designed, directed and managed the BTEC-accredited foundation course in Art and Design at
Doukas Education.

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Ira Koyukhova
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Ira Koyukhova is an artist and founder of the online magazine TransitoryWhite.

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Benjamin T. Busch
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Benjamin T. Busch (*1987, Kansas City) is an American visual artist and architect living in Berlin. Spanning art, architecture, curating, and writing, his work deals with the aesthetics/politics of space. His ongoing research considers spatial practice through processes of urbanization, self-organization, and the everyday, with regard to the growing role of computation across societies. Since spring 2018, Busch co-directs The Institute for Endotic Research (TIER) together with Lorenzo Sandoval. www.studiobusch.com

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Kieron Livingstone
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Anna Chiara Doil
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Geb. 1994 in Biberach an der Riß. Studierte Kulturwissenschaft und Area Studies in Berlin und Yogyakarta. Nach einer Zwischenstation beim Goethe-Institut Bangkok nun wieder zurück in Berlin (wer orientierungslos ist, kommt viel mehr rum).

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Romina Muñoz
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Romina Muñoz Procel es directora de la Editorial Festina Lente.

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Francesca Bria
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In late 2020 Francesca Bria started to implement digital infrastructure in Barcelona on an impressive scale. The Decode Project, first piloted in Barcelona and Amsterdam, proved to be necessary groundwork for the Green E-Euro, a cryptocurrency that started in 2022, becoming a pilot for a decentralised public money system and establishing encryption as a human right. The 2023 Datagate was a direct consequence that lead to the banishment of big tech companies in Europe, where Francesca was overseeing policy making. Especially during and shortly after the crisis these tools provided crucial resilience and the starting point of setting up a new participatory democracy and a new economic model. This meant that other cities were rushing to copy those strategies forming a growing learning network. When things stabilised from 2025 onwards, Francesca was at the core of the participatory democracy movement, guiding the establishment of a constitution for digital life.

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Suhail Malik
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Is a writer and academic. Having begun his career writing about art, gentrification and neoliberalism, his work in the 2020s and 2030s has been increasingly concerned with how architecture and city planning can imagine and realise utopian futures. He currently lives in a housing co-operative in London that he helped to devise, based on the principles of Berlin’s ExRotaprint.

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Anamaría Garzón Mantilla
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is a curator and full time faculty at Universidad San Francisco de Quito. Garzón is the editor of post(s), and creative director of Khôra, a non-profit space.

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Dalia Maini
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(b.1992) is an independent researcher and liminal figure between cultural and survival production. She studies the process of togetherness and has recently directed her interest in a speculative and active agenda for redefining interaction between human and non human agents for the future. https://www.instagram.com/dalia_goessomewhere/

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Laurie Rojas
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Laurie Rojas is an independent critic and arts journalist based in Berlin (b. Panama). She received an M.A. in New Arts Journalism from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago, were she wrote her graduate thesis on Confronting the “Death” of Art Criticism. She is a founder of the Platypus Affiliated Society, the podcast Shit Platypus Says, and the art criticism publication Caesura. Formerly she was the Senior Editor of Spike and the Editor in Chief of the Platypus Review. Her recent writing focuses on ambivalence in artworks, art criticism after its eclipse, and questions of emancipation raised by art.
http://laurierojas.com/

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Emily McDermott
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Emily McDermott is a writer and editor. She lives in Berlin.

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Mohammad Salemy
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is an independent Berlin-based artist, critic and curator from Canada. He holds a BFA from Emily Carr University and an MA in Critical Curatorial Studies from the University of British Columbia. Together with Patrick Schabus, he forms the artist collective Alphabet Collection. Salemy is the Organizer at The New Centre for Research & Practice.

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Heiko Pfreundt
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The spirit of Heiko Pfreundt´s (lives and works in Berlin, DE) current practices moves between digital ruins, informal learning, a new desire of permanence in games and curatorial plays. In the recent series IS IT A GAME? at Kreuzberg Pavillon, he and Lisa Schorm specify this range of interests in art and games and their facilities from the perspective of a player in which the ultimate prize is neither to be an artist, nor a curator but to be completely undisciplined. His recent collaborations include projects with Omsk Social Club, The Feminist Gaming Group by Eloise Bonneviot and a joint venture of Dafna Maimon and Lucinda Dayhew for an artistic Escape Room. He writes occasionally about project spaces and translation of space as artistic practice in hybrid localities. In 2019 he was one of the organizers of the Project Space Festival Berlin - When the Hunger starts.

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Klasseklima

ist eine autonome und interdisziplinäre Gruppe Studierender und Lehrender der Universität der Künste Berlin. Ihr Ziel ist es, die Hochschule zu politisieren und die Klimakrise in gestalterische Praxis zu übersetzen. Im Sommersemester 2020 war das Thema Thinking Degrowth: Reshaping environmental attitudes. Die Studierenden beschrieben ihre wachstumsorientierte Wirklichkeit und verschränkten diese mit wachstumskritischen Alternativen. Es galt, eigene Werte zu hinterfragen und gestalterisch mit neuen Positionen zu experimentieren. Die Teilnehmenden kamen aus verschiedenen Studienrichtungen, wie Visuelle Kommunikation, Architektur und Produktdesign.
Konzipiert und geleitet wurde das Seminar von dem Künstlerischen Mitarbeiter Pascal Kress und Studierenden der Klasse Klima.

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Alex Ostojski
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studies art science in Berlin. They define themselves as nonbinary and are active as cultural worker, activist and model alongside their studies. Their research focus is on contemporary art from postcolonial and queerfeminist perspectives.

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Övül Ö. Durmusoglu
Contributor/ Associate Editor Issue 10

is a curator and writer living in Berlin. Her interests lie in the intersection of contemporary art, critical and gender theory, politics and popular culture. Currently, Övül is a guest professor in the Graduate School in University of the Arts in Berlin; section curator for ARCO Madrid and guest curator in CA2M Madrid. Her recent curatorial project ‘Stars Are Closer and Clouds Are Nutritious Under Golden Trees’ has taken place in the MMAG Foundation, Amman in 2019.

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Bakang Mputle
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Bakang Mputle, is an interdisciplinary artist, writer and researcher and contributor of AWC, based in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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Florian Endres
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is a writer and philosopher based in Berlin.

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Orsi Balog
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Human Rights Researcher at United Nations University, Founder and Codirector of NotJustANumber - grassroots organization for refugees, Political Activist, Photographer from Budapest / Zürich

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David Lisbon
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is an architect/curator who is interested in how environment and imagery shapes our experience and memory of an event. He is currently in search of ways to explore digital spaces as physical ones.

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Sumugan Sivanesan
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Sumugan Sivanesan’s practice turns around art, activism and theory. Often working collaboratively, his interests include minority politics, activist media, artist infrastructures and more-than-human rights. He has been involved in a number of art-activist collectives in Australia including: boat-people.org, theweathergroup_U and Yurt Empire. He is currently organising with Black Earth, a BIPoC climate justice collective in Berlin. www.sivanesan.net

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Loren Britton
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1, artist, 3, curator, 5, class, 7, pedagogy, 9, intersectionality, 11, trans*feminism, 13, playing, 15, materiality, 17, embodiment, 19, translation, 21, on/offline, 23, holding, 25
https://lorenbritton.com/

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Cassie Thornton
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is an artist and activist who makes a “safe space” for the unknown, for disobedience and for unanticipated collectivity. She uses social practices including institutional critique, insurgent architecture, and “healing modalities” like hypnosis and yoga to find soft spots in the hard surfaces of capitalist life. Cassie has invented a grassroots alternative credit reporting service for the survivors of gentrification, has hypnotized hedge fund managers, has finger-painted with the grime found inside banks, has donated cursed paintings to profiteering bankers, and has taught feminist economics to yogis (and vice versa). She has worked in close collaboration with freelance curators and producers including Taraneh Fazeli, Magdalena Jadwiga Härtelova, Dani Admiss, Amanda Nudelman, Misha Rabinovich, Caitlin Foley and Laurel Ptak. Her projects, invited and uninvited, have appeared at (or in collaboration with) Transmediale Festival for Media Arts, San Francisco MoMA, West Den Haag, Moneylab, Swissnex San Francisco, Pro Arts Gallery & Commons, Dream Farm Commons, Furtherfield, Gallery 400, Strike Debt Bay Area, Red Bull Detroit, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, Flux Factory, Bemis Center for the Arts, Berliner Gazette and more.

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Thomas Spallek
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Thomas Spallek creates typography, books and exhibitions together with various artists and institutions.

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Pablo Santacana
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is an artist and researcher based between Madrid and Berlin part of the platform Devuelve, pe! He is currently studying Art in context at UdK Berlin, where he coordinates the project Humboldthuaca together with peruvian activist and artist Daniela Zambrano.

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Nina Zschocke
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Forscht und lehrt zur Kunst- und Mediengeschichte der Gegenwart am Departement Architektur der ETH Zürich. Inmitten der Umbruchszeit, auf die die Autorin hier zurückblickt, erschienen ihre Vorlesungsreihe Digital Matters (2019/2020) sowie ihre Bücher Der irritierte Blick (2006), Autorität des Wissens (2012, hg. zus. m. Anne von der Heiden), Diversität (2015, hg. zus. m. Andre Blum et al.), Productive Universals (2019, hg. zus. m. Anne Kockelkorn) und Laboratorien der Erfahrung (2022).

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Jan Fermon and Jonas Staal
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Jonas Staal is an artist, propaganda researcher and author of Propaganda Art in the 21st Century (The MIT Press, 2019) based in Athens and the Netherlands.

Jan Fermon is a lawyer specialized in criminal law, international (humanitarian) law and human rights law, and Secretary General of the International Association of Democratic Lawyers (IADL), based in Brussels.

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Dalia Maini

Dalia Maini (b.1992, Naples) is a liminal figure between cultural and survival production. Her practices, which purpose is to intersect the system of art with the theater of social values, embrace chatting, curating, complaining, gathering. She co-founded in 2018 the Naples based project Bite the Saurus.

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Ludwig Engel
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ist Zukunftsforscher und Urbanist. Er arbeitet zu Urbanen Utopien und Zukünften, zu Fragen langfristiger Planung und strategischer Vorausschau. Zusammen mit Julian Schubert leitet er das Studio for Immediate Spaces am Sandberg Instituut in Amsterdam und unterrichtet regelmäßig am Lehrstuhl Brandlhuber, ETH Zürich.

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Friederike Landau
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Dr. Friederike Landau (*1989) is a Berlin-based urban sociologist and cultural geographer. Friederike is interested in the intersections between political theory and artistic activism to understand how cultural workers articulate new policies and places of the political. Agonistic Articulations in the ‘Creative’ City – On New Actors and Activism in Berlin’s Cultural Politics was published by Routledge in 2019. Currently, Friederike is writing on the politics of public art in Vancouver, and co-editing a book of radical theories of space.

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George Lynch
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George Lynch is a writer based in London. She is interested in work.

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Meenakshi Thirukode
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Meenakshi Thirukode is a writer, researcher and a 2016-17 FICA Inlaks Goldsmiths scholar at the M.Res program in Curatorial/Knowledge, Goldsmiths, University of London. She also graduated with Honors in the MA History of the Art Market, Connoisseurship and Art Criticism from Christies Education, New York (2008-09) Her areas of research include the role of culture and collectivity in the sub-continent within the realm of a trans-nomadic, transient network of individuals and institutions. Her recent projects include organizing the ‘Here, There and Everywhere’ conference at MAC Birmingham, UK as part of the India-UK 70 years celebration (March 2018) and ‘Out of Turn, Being Together Otherwise’, exploring performance art histories in collaboration with Asia Art Archive (AAA) at Serendipity Arts Festival, Goa, India (December 15th-22nd 2018). Her chapter ‘Towards a Public of the Otherwise’, will be published in the Routledge Companion Series for Art in the Public Realm in 2020.

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Cibelle Cavalli Bastos
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Mx. Cibelle Cavalli Bastos (b. 1978, São Paulo, Brazil) Non-binary, They/Them pronouns.
Artist, musician, independent researcher and activist. Lives and works between Berlin, São Paulo and London. Graduated in 2015 from Royal College of Art, London. Released four music albums worldwide under "Cibelle" for Crammed Discs and has performed and presented work in Museo Reina Sofia (Madrid-SP), Martin Gropius Bau (Berlin-DE), ICA (London-UK), MASP (São Paulo-BR) Carnegie Hall (NY-USA), LCCA (Riga-LV), CAC Wifredo Lam (Havana-Cuba), 6th Moscow Biennale (Moscow-RU), Steirischer Herbst and collaborations in the 28th /31st São Paulo Biennial (SP-Brazil) among others.
Website: cibellecavallibastos.xyz
IG: aevtarperform

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Max Haiven
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Max Haiven is Canada Research Chair in Culture, Media and Social Justice at Lakehead University. His books include Art After Money, Money After Art: Creative Strategies Against Financialization and Revenge Capitalism: The Ghosts of Empire, the Demons of Capital, and The Settling of Unpayable Debts.

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Pauł Sochacki
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Omri Livne
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Omri Livne is an artist working with image making and writing based in Berlin. Livne’s works
deal primarily with labor, theft, consumerism, job-related depression, capitalism, and the art
market. Livne struggles to make a living with art selling so he works in whatever he can to afford
his life. https://omrilivne.net/

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Valentin Golev
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Valentin Golev is an artist-researcher and writer based in Berlin, interested in the continental philosophy of technology and psychoanalysis. Currently, he’s reading a course on Algorithmic Literacy at The New Centre for Research and Practice, and making a project on light and CGI for the Garage Museum of Contemporary Arts.

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Antonia Alampi
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is a curator, researcher and writer born to southern Italy and currently based in Berlin, where she is Artistic co-Director of SAVVY Contemporary. She is also on the curatorial team of the quadrennial sonsbeek2020-2024. In 2016, she and iLiana Fokianaki initiated the research project Future Climates, focusing on how economic fluxes shape and determine the work of small-scale initiatives in contexts with weak public infrastructures for arts and culture.

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Leif Randt
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*1983 is a german novelist. He published the utopias "Schimmernder Dunst über CobyCounty" (2011) and "Planet Magnon" (2015). In 2017 he co-founded the web-label tegelmedia.net. His latest book "Allegro Pastell" (2020) is a love story located in Germany in the late 2010s.

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Elizabeth Otto
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is an art historian and independent curator based in Montreal, where she teaches at the departments of Art History and Museum Studies at Université de Montréal. In her PhD project she is interested in deconstructing modernist national art histories from a trans-national and decolonial perspective. As curator she has been working with international contemporary artists in Montreal. Her latest project on the Canadian painter and art educator Anne Savage can be visited online on the web page of Montreal’s Leonard and Bina Ellen Gallery.

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Sonja Lau, Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei & Jonida Gashi
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Sonja Lau is a curator and writer with a focus on art and ideology, alternate art (hi)stories and curating as a performative practice based in Berlin. She holds a Masters in Critical Writing and Curatorial Practice (Chelsea College of Art and Design, London), was fellow at the Jan Van Eyck Akademie and also has a professional background in cultural diplomacy. www.sonjalau.com

Vincent W.J. van Gerven Oei is a publisher, scholar, and journalist. He is the author of the three-volume work 'Lapidari' cataloguing socialist-realist monumentality in Albania. He is founder of project bureau for the arts and humanities Departamenti i Shqiponjave (www.departmentofeagles.org) and writes for Albanian media outlet Exit (www.exit.al/en).

Jonida Gashi is an academic and cultural theorist based in Tirana, Albania. She is currently working on a research project on the newsreels and documentary films of the Albanian communist show trials. Her research interests include contemporary art theory and criticism, the philosophy of time and theories of repetition, film theory and the history of cinema, and the artistic experience of post-socialism in contemporary Albania. She is one of the founders of DebatikCenter of Contemporary Art (www.debatikcenter.net).

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Nick Koppenhagen
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is an artist and independent researcher from Berlin. He is the creator and host of the interview-podcast kunstgespraeche.com and a founding member of the DAK.

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Matylda Krzykowski

is a designer and curator focusing on collaborative and performative projects in physical and digital space. Krzykowski’s work is introspective, as it explores and experiments with the inner mechanisms of design, art and architecture. As such, her projects dissect the design process to its different stages – from material and personal origins, to methodologies and education; from networks to social projections, and the spectrum in between.

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Anna Muchin
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Anna Muchin (b.1985, GR/FR) is a music, poetry and photography artist. As composer and singer-songwriter ‘Scarlett O’Hanna’ ( www.scarlettohanna.com ), she has released and toured records Cheap Bling Bling (2009), Impostor (2011) and Romance Floats (2014) in Europe, Usa and Japan. Her collaborations include playing support for Wilco, Cocorosie, touring with She Keeps Bees, creating with Nate Kinsella (aka Birthmark), Peter Silberman (The Antlers) and sound designing in dance, fashion or the cinema.

Over the course of residencies in Belgium and Japan, she has extended her practice to visual language and poetry. Mixed-media creations that explore societal realities through the intimate.

A.M. also works as a writer, translator and lives in Brussels.
https://annamuchin.com/about/

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Audrey Tang

Audrey Tang continued to develop free software, searching for new ways of communicating and conversing about problems. The first popular one, “Common Grounds” from 2023 was able to syn- thesise discussions towards the most profitable outcome for all involved. The breakthrough was in 2025 when she shared a soft- ware based in the quantum realm called “Face to Face” which was first operated by the Taiwanese government to facilitate politi- cal discourse. In later updates it became so effective that it was quickly adapted by administrations all over the world. From 2029 onwards Tang was overseeing “The Identity System”, responsible for global peacekeeping and political discourse (in the digital).

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Christopher Paxton
Office Management

Chris is an artist, curator and writer living in Berlin. His research focuses on mediation in art and cultural institutions. He currently studies Cultures of the Curatorial at the Academy of Fine Arts in Leipzig.

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Zach Blas
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Zach Blas is an artist, filmmaker, and writer whose practice spans technical investigation, theoretical research, conceptualism, performance, and science fiction. He is a Lecturer in the Department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London. Blas has exhibited, lectured, and held screenings internationally, recently at the de Young Museum, Tate Modern, Walker Art Center, 2018 Gwangju Biennale, the 68th Berlin International Film Festival, Matadero Madrid, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Art in General, Gasworks, Van Abbemuseum, Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore, e-flux, Whitechapel Gallery, ZKM Center for Art and Media, and Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo. Recent works have addressed biometric capture, time travel, policing as mysticism, the crystals balls of Silicon Valley, and dildos. His practice has been supported by a Creative Capital award in Emerging Fields, the Arts Council England, and Edith-Russ-Haus für Medienkunst. Blas’s writings can be found in the collections You Are Here: Art After the Internet, Documentary Across Disciplines, Queer: Documents of Contemporary Art, and e-flux journal. His work has been written about and featured in Artforum, Frieze, ArtReview, Mousse Magazine, The Guardian, and The New York Times. Blas is a 2018-2020 UK Arts and Humanities Research Council Leadership Fellow.

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Didem Yazıcı
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Didem Yazıcı is an independent curator and writer based in Karlsruhe, Germany. Her curatorial work is inspired by thinking across disciplines in and outside of art, the potentiality of exhibitions as socio-poetic spaces, the legacy of intersectional feminism and global exhibition histories. She earned her B.A. in Art History at Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University in Istanbul (2008) and an M.A. in Curatorial and Critical Studies at the Städelschule and Goethe University in Frankfurt (2012).

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Jazmina Figueroa
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is a writer based in Berlin and is currently completing a master’s at Potsdam University on the Anglophone Modernities in Literature and Culture program. Figueroa has contributed to publications including 0.1% Zine (Massive Science & NAVEL, 2020) and Observations and Artistic Strategies in the Post-digital Age (Valiz, 2017).

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Till Sperrle
Graphic Designer

Till Sperrle is a conceptual and research-driven Graphic Design Studio in Berlin. His work is concerned with questions of justice, identity, class, memory, the effects of capitalism on society and the individual
as well as the desirability of Utopia. He works closely with artists and cultural institutions, architects, writers and music labels and is creating visual identities, books, record covers and magazines.

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Fred Dewey
Columnist, Contributor

Fred Dewey is a Los Angeles and Brussels based curator, activist, editor, text artist, and author of The School of Public Life (doormats/errant bodies 2015) and from an apparent contradiction in Arendt to a working group method (re: public 2017). He has led working groups on Hannah Arendt in Europe and the United States. In 2017, he conducted a Berlin-wide mobile working group with ZK/U, The Portable Polis. He was director of Beyond Baroque in Los Angeles from 1996 to 2010, has published cultural and political essays internationally, and co-founded the Neighborhood Councils Movement in Los Angeles, in response to the LA riots, helping place the councils in city law.

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Boaz Levin
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is an artist, writer and curator. Together with Hito Steyerl and Vera Tollmann, he co-founded the Research Center for Proxy Politics. Levin was co-curator of the Biennale für aktuelle Fotografie 2017. He is currently a PhD candidate as part of the Cultures of Critique research training group at Leuphana University Lüneburg. Levin is co-curator of the 3rd Chennai Photo Biennale, taking place in Chennai, India, December 2020.

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Laura Catania
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S.A.L.E DOCKS
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Group consisting of Vito Ancona, Marco Baravalle, Lucrezia Buccigrossi, Alessandro Conti, Estelle Coulon, Francesco Fazzi, Livia Torchio based in Venice

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