- Joe Joe Orangias, Image from series "In Full Flow". 2017.
- Sandro Đukić & Marko Marković, The Syndrome (Naked Island) II, pigment print, 2016
- Kamen Stoyanov, "I am going to kill you." Video Still. 2017
- Katharina Swoboda, Finding the center of the world. Video Still. 2017.
- Marta Fišerová, "Sleepless I kept the night". Video Still. 2017.
curated by Katharina Swoboda and Mare van Koningsveld
War is “framed” in the media so as to prevent us from recognising the people who are to be killed as living fully “grievable” lives, like ours. That is the thesis pursued in the book Frames of War by Judith Butler (1956) of reprinted talks and essays written since 2004.
The book is a text about the framing of Non-Western people in war times and how these frames can also be changed. This theory about how existing perceptions of ‘the other’ are confirmed but can also be changed, has not lost its urgency in these times of the refugee crisis, post-truth politics and right-wing political sentiments.