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Posted On Dezember 31, 2021By Die RedaktionIn Highlights, Highlights 2021

Bruno Arich-Gerz, Sandi Baker, Rolf Barkowski

**** Bruno Arich-Gerz Adas Raum von Sharon Dodua Otoo war für mich die Neuerscheinung des Jahres im Segment Fiction. Ein afropäisches Schreib- und Leseexperiment über eine junge Frau, die zu unterschiedlichen Zeiten ein Kind gebiert, das wie sie selbst kolonialer europäischer Gewalt und weißem Herrenmenschendünkel ausgesetzt ist: 1459 an der Westküste Afrikas, Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts in London, 1945 als Zwangsprostituierte in einem nazideutschen Konzentrationslager, schließlich im Gegenwartsberlin. Die vier Zeitebenen sind raffiniert ineinander teleskopiert; lesbar werden sie nicht nur durch die Wiedergängerin Ada, sondern auch durch ein Ensemble an Nebenfiguren,Read More
Sandi Baker (in English) –Ulrich Baron –Jon Bassoff (e) –Rolf Barkowski – Jon Bassoff Okay, I get it. 2020 was brutal, especially here in the United States. We were blighted by two plagues called Covid and Trump. But the good news is that artists continued to plow through the destruction and create works of meaning. Here’s what got me through the misery: I’ve got to admit that I’m a sucker for lobotomies, so I’ve really enjoyed the Netflix series, Ratched. Sarah Paulson is so good as a sometimes manipulative, sometimes monstrousRead More
Sandi Baker –Rolf Barkowski –Ulrich Baron –Jon Bassoff –Gerhard Beckmann – Sandi Baker:  Jam, Shakespeare and Inequality in South Africa South Africa is one of the most unequal countries in the world with a Gini coefficient ( the Gini coefficient measures inequality) of between 0.660–0.696 where ‘0’ represents a perfectly equal society and ‘1’ a completely unequal society. So, it is no surprise that to survive people take to the streets where they beg at traffic lights, clean car windows, sell sweets and fizzy drinks and perform acrobatics. Some evenRead More
Thomas Adcock Max Annas Sandi Baker Rolf Barkowski Ulrich Baron Thomas Adcock Best of American Culture – Year 2017 – Offered without question or hesitation: The best thing about Year 2017 in America, and the world for that matter, was mass resistance to the fascist wet dreams of a spray-tanned megalomaniac and his comrades in shame and criminality—the bankers, bigots, and bullies of Washington. A backlash to the grievous election of Donald J. Trump began, formally, with the “Women’s March” of January 21, the day after a toxic bag ofRead More