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Wem gehört Hamburg? »Who owns Hamburg?« The non-profit research center CORRECTIV invites the citizens of Hamburg to research together. The shop window installation »Streets of Hamburg« shows the number of participants in the research project.Sorted chronologically, each of the chalk colors stands

BrendanB // 27th of March 2018, 10:37 »Nothing interests the agitators. Note: If a foreigner hits his wife, that's a huge problem. If a pure German does this, the woman has only misunderstood the compliment.« Currently, an average of 80,000 comments per week

14th August 2018, 08:01 Josef Zweck: »You cannot do anything. You are never gonna be German. The islamic state does not belong to Germany.« Three different questions regarding the topic cliches and prejudice were discussed by three experts on three evenings in the

Essential for survival! Why we need drawers in our heads. The typographic light installation »re: produced« opens up a space for experience and action for the power of cliches. The term can be derived from the French ›cliché‹ (in English: prejudice)

Away with it! how we can overcome prejudice »NEVER«, »ALWAYS«, »PERMANENT«. We often make these generalizations unconsciously. Around 800 million people express themselves every day via the social network Twitter, which becomes the digital protocol for numerous topics of conversation in our everyday life. The live installation

Caught! Where playing with clichés exposes us Power and powerlessness, order and chaos, consistency and indecision - the battle between the sexes is fought in the social, academic and commercial fields. The performative installation »Coordinated« constitutes a playing field and opens

How much is a blessing? Churches in Germany are losing more and more members. However, this is not noticeable in the income of the churches – it‘s quite the reverse. Income rises continuously so much that the decreasing number of the church members is compensated. The kinetic datavisualization

Transforming Knowledge is an adaptation of Wikipedia in analog space, which translates the underlying principle of collaborative text genesis into an interactive space installation. The viewer becomes the main actor, the installation a space of possibility. As a result of

Twelve-minute setting as an excerpt and original translation of the flow of movement on Gebrüder-Wolf-Platz in Hamburg's St. Pauli presented in a sound installation in a square structure. A loudspeaker at each corner symbolizes an exit from Gebrüder-Wolf-Platz. A loudspeaker