In her works, the artist Grada Kilomba deals with the post-colonial condition, trauma and memory. Schirn Mag spoke to her about aspects of the unconscious in the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat.
The artist Nasan Tur, born in Offenbach in 1974, lives and works in Berlin. SCHIRN MAG talked to him about the role of political art, the developments in Turkey and his beginnings in Frankfurt.
SCHIRN MAG met Italian professor Donatella della Porta from Scuola Normale Superiore to talk about the dynamism of social protests and the bliss and curse of so-called movement parties.
SCHIRN MAG had a chat conversation with visual artist Adelita Husni-Bey about political art, pedagogical methods, and her painting “The Sleepers”, which her uncle in Benghazi made a protest poster of.
Gonjasufi is on the road a lot: As a singer, DJ, actor and also as a yoga teacher. He will perform at SCHIRN AT NIGHT on April 7. The SCHIRN MAG talked with him about his music and his plans for Saturday night.
Wolfgang Kraushaar is a political scientist who has been conducting research for decades on the protests of 1968, radicalization, and the Red Army Faction (RAF). In conversation with the SCHIRN MAG he explains to what...
Musician and singer Byron Deloatch brings the adventurous spirit of Jean-Michel Basquiat back to life in the CROWN CLUB. In a conversation with SCHIRN MAG, he explains his links with the artist from his childhood...