Should I Stay Or Should I Go

Written by Thomas Büsch on . Posted in Events, Place Hacking, Seen Beyond, Voices

1982 the English punk rock band The Clash released the Song Should I Stay Or Should I Go, and they reached new heights of success. More then thirty years later the mayority of Britains decided in a referendum held across Britain, the UK should leave the European Union.

The art critic and Middle East based writer Arie Amaya-Akkermans commented on his facebook site the following morning: The stupidity of Brexiters is infinite. They yell democracy this, democracy that. This referendum was the equivalent of asking teenagers to vote whether they want to learn algebra. Of course nobody wants to learn algebra, so of course you don’t ask them. Especially because there’s no better alternative, so they’ll stay dumb. Like the dumbasses that call this self-inflicted gunshot in the head a victory.

You cant describe this geeky referendum with better words.

Open to Closer

Written by Thomas Büsch on . Posted in Events, Voices

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We are pleased to invite you to Open to Closer at PeriferiINS, Istanbul on May 26th 2016. Open to Closer is a one day event presenting art works and videos by four artists-in-residence and two of their guests.

The InEnArt team in cooperation with PeriferiINS is organizing this one-evening-event as pop-up exhibition to introduce the experiences of these artists who are living temporarily in Istanbul with selected art works and a complementary cocktail.

Syrian Cultural Caravan

Written by Thomas Büsch on . Posted in Events, Voices

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Despite its known tragic facets, the Syrian society has witnessed an unprecedented explosion in cultural and artistic expression since the beginning of the revolution in 2011. The burgeoning of Syrian cultural and artistic practices as ways to resist dictatorship has been a marked aspect of the Syrian uprising. Syrian cultural production has been almost totally consumed with trying to respond to, debate and participate in the continuing struggle in Syria. The Syrian Peace Action Center (SPACE) bring some of this creative resistance to the Norwegian public through the Syrian Cultural Caravan.

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