By Susan Ossman
This mobile art and scholarship laboratory tests, enacts, and teases out the idea that subjects are formed not simply by sharing territory, blood or nationality, but according to the paths they have followed.
Curated by Nicole Shea
This series offers idealized bodies whereby the tall and the slim define the desirable female, as guns, muscles and sports define the true man.
By Joel Bergner
With collaboration as the nucleus for sustainability and transformation, this series highlights artistic innovation in refugee camps.
Curated by Felix Meyer-Christian
The Berlin and Hamburg based COSTA COMPAGNIE was founded in 2009 as an collaboration of interdisciplinary working emerging artists.
Curated by Nicole Shea
This series illuminates the dangers confronting our waters, from leaking pipes to discarded plastics.
Curated by Manca Bajec
The question of voyeurism and victimization of narrative often comes into question when artists are working with topics of war.
Curated by Nisha Sajnani
Through resettled media, each artist contemplates the psychological, social, and physical effects of forced migration.
By Viktoria Sorochinski
This series portrays the last remains of the authentic Ukrainian villages and their elderly inhabitants.
By Sarita Zaleha
Zaleha’s creative research explores environmental agency and our emotional engagement with the environment.
Directed by Maria Hengge
Sin and Illy have a plan: on a Greek island they want to get ‘clean’ on their own. But the intention of the two girls fails already on the way to the airport. Finally Sin realizes she has to go the way out of heroin addiction all alone.
Directed by Mike Day
The Faroese are among the first to feel the aﬀects of our ever more polluted oceans. They have discovered that their beloved whales are toxic, contaminated by the outside world. What once secured their survival now endangers their children and the Faroe Islanders must make a choice between health and tradition.
Directed by Timothy George Kelly
A portrait of a democracy in all its impossible and ugly glory. With subtle force, yet without judgement, it presents the people of a once powerful empire as they negotiate their identities in a world that is changing faster than, ever and in which power appears to lie further and further from people’s own hands.
Directed by Mihajlo Jevtic
This film is a story of immigration and identity after the dissolution of former Yugoslavia, as seen through the eyes of filmmaker Mihajlo Jevtic. It follows the period of transition of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia into today’s Serbia and Mihajlo’s transition from a child into a middle aged man. It is a film made by a man who is about to leave his country for good and about the contents of his immigrant’s suitcase.