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*COAPPARATION? Cooperation is a process or behavior that can be regarded as essential for many things, ranging from culture and cultural politics to evolution, and vice-versa. Like an engine, it enables the stop and go of functional relationships, whose complex rhythms and intervals can in turn appear instrumental. In an apparition—another word for manifestation—perhaps? In that case COAPPARATION would be a little bit of COAPPARITION, because each instance of cooperation or each instance of its rejection comes down to common understanding, agreement, inquiry, hesitation, and action.


Part 3 of the COAPPARATION project will take place in 2022. A series of events featuring diverse artists, scientists, and activists will be held, to the extent that health precautions at the time allow for events to be presented in small spaces. Otherwise, this format will also be adjusted, and more work will be done outdoors and with the window, in addition to the general digital presentations.



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NOW AT THE MEDIATHEK

  • A ROOM OF ONE'S OWN
  • Branka Čolić
  • Short readings
  • 6.-27. MAY 2021

Soon available at the MEDIATHEK

  • LISTEN TO MY POSTCARD
  • Yara Mekawei in Dialogue with Farzad Golghasemi
  • Photos, compositions and texts on 9 Bremen architectures.
  • 2021 MARCH 15 - APRIL 30 

Now available at the MEDIATHEK

  • FROM PUNK TO PROGRAMMER
  • XYANA in Interview with Uladzimir R.
  • virtual tour of the High Technology Park in Minsk.

Now available at the MEDIATHEK

  • Photo 1: © Eva-Christina Krause
  • Photo 2: © Farzad Golghasemi

The project "Listen to my Postcard" by Yara Mekawei in dialogue with Farzad Golghasemi was included in the Literaturmagazin Bremen issue about Expedition

www.literaturmagazin-bremen.de

In the project Listen to my Postcard, what might seem incompatible comes together. With the help of photos, Yara Mekawei explores Bremen's architecture - the Bunker Valentin something or the Café HAG building in Überseestadt. She makes her expeditions from Cairo. In the process, she creates sound designs and short, poetic texts. Both invite you to discover Bremen all over again, even if you think you've already seen everything.

Here are the results of the project: Listen to my Postcard