THE OTHER BALKAN
Billie Muraben looks back at familiar and new spaces, smells and tastes.
Via backstreets we explore and soak up layers of Istanbul's flavour, allowing us to wipe the bowl clean.
Reva-Ifeoma Ochuba in conversation with Daniel Moldoveanu
For the reopening of SABOT gallery in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, Daniel Moldoveanu becomes a poet, a nihilist, and finally, an accelerationist.
INTERVIEW WITH DÜZEN TEKKAL
Rafaela Kaćunić in Conversation with Düzen Tekkal - on purpose and freedom in collective and individual cultures.
Vienna Contemporary Art Fair
Testing out Europe’s margins and some very intriguing newcomers
from the Wall Carpet
Manifesta 14 Prishtina
How to tell stories otherwise?
A Multiverse of Love
THIS IS BADLAND ISSUE 05 celebration with BIMBA Y LOLA and KENTARO OKAWARA
IN BETWEEN FORGIVENESS AND BLOOD
In conversation with director Keti Stamo
MILLENIAL SCIENCE FICTION
What can Yugofuturism tell us about living outside of the glitch?
On Freedom and the Unfree
The name of an island in the Aegean Sea has become synonymous with the notion of a European crisis. The violation of human rights and the fight for them – the island of Lesvos contains both.
It is not the “Ukrainian issue”
A letter from a civil body on activism and cultural production at war
Iskra Delta - a return from the future
The 34th edition of Ljubljana Biennale of Graphic Arts lends a reverse lens for rethinking technological development.
We interlock eyes with Braco, the croatian healer with global following, to retrace the surveillance quality of his gaze
Amidst a climate of uncertainty, the second edition of the Riga Biennial of Art couples absence with generosity
THE CORE OF DECORHARDCORE
how does one display aesthetic inclination when personal effects are dictated solely by the limited availability and variability of merchandise?
Danke Deutschland – Cảm ơn nước Đức
Director Sanja Mitrović considers new perspectives for understanding the world through theatre.
DEMOCRACY IN EUROPE
Readjusting the Anatomy of Political Melancholy
SARAJEVO PRIDE 2019
This is a contemporary portrayal of activists, artists and people who question the traditional patterns of gender distribution in the post-war society.
The artist Behzad Khosravi Noori on finding refuge in retro utopia of 60s Yugoslavian children's programme 'Professor Balthazar'.
BENEDICK, OR ELSE
Alessandro Bava in conversation with Dora Budor
THE KMYTIV MUSEUM OF SOVIET ART
Or is it the Kmytiv Museum of Fine Arts after Buhanchuk?
Balmy Alpine breeze, favourite songs, contested jokes and more at art collective Slavs and Tatars' biennial of graphic arts.
UNBUCKLED FOR THE RIDE
by Viktor Naumovski
THIS IS PRIŠTINA WITH ODA HALITI
DJ and activist Oda Haliti looks back at her personal politics evolution in Kosovo.
LARGER THAN LIFE
A SHORT EXPERIMENTAL PLAY
An engaged encounter with our happily irreverent family of spirits from Romania.
WHY DO I DANCE?
Artist Bogomir Doringer talks growing up clubbing in Belgrade and the politics of raving in times of war and global crisis.
DECOR BALKAN TOUR
The first stop of our Decor Balkan tour with curator Ksenia Shestakovskaia: the all-seeing eye behind your favourite (or most despised) Instagram decor account.
Artist, writer and researcher Miloš Trakilović talks about new Balkan identities, gaming and art.
A CINEMATIC ANTI-POSTCARD
In conversation with director Hana Jušić who breaks the long silence in Croatian cinema with her honest, intelligent and realist drama 'Quit Staring at My Plate'.
In conversation with writer, poet, model and actress Jessica Stoyadinovich.
PROTOCOL FOR SURVIVAL
As dawn breaks, just after New Year, carnival creatures 'Kukeri' begin their exorcism all across Bulgaria.
One of the most visionary Yugoslav composers who created modern acoustics by studying the link between the cosmos and music.
A PHOTOGRAPHIC MONOLOGUE
Observing the Youth Center in Split, Croatia through the eyes of photographer Katarina Šoškić.
Ajvar is not a side dish and keeps your skin youthful.
A LETTER FROM SOFIA
Where does education take place today? Also, what is the future of education? Viktoria Draganova foregrounds the new paradigms of pedagogy, visibility and politics in Bulgaria.