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Culture in Malta

Thomas Büsch
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On the occasion of the EU Presidency of Malta, we look at the Maltese art scene of 2017. In a time of crisis with regard to the identity of the EU and the refugee crisis, the focus of this Presidency will also be Europe’s migration crisis and cultural identity.

Forum on Culture and Humanitarian Relief

Thomas Büsch
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15 min Directed by Sabine Küper-Büsch and Thomas Büsch Produced by the Goethe-Institut Amman Written by Günther Hasenkamp and Sebastian Fischer Language consultant Manuela Thurner PhD In the fall of autumn 2015, the Goethe-Institut hosted a ”Forum on Culture and Humanitarian Relief” in Amman (Jordan). The key question: What is the potential of culture in […]

Kulturakademie Tarabya

Thomas Büsch
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The Cultural Academy Tarabya was initiated by the German parliament in 2011. It has an artist-in-residence program for artists of different scopes and it is dedicated to the idea of contributing to the German-Turkish cultural exchange, enabeling artistic encounters as well as cooperations. The residence in Tarabya may inspire the artists and may help them […]

Third Mardin Biennial

Thomas Büsch
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The Mardin Biennial connects the magnificent city with it’s mythologies this time. In the Video you see Yavuz Tenyeli’s work „The last bridge“. It is located in the Monastry Mor Efrem, an abondened Chaldean convent. Metin Eryilmaz is an assyrian Christian collecting historical daily objects. The collector and his museal home are also part of […]

Searching Traces

Thomas Büsch
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11 Min., Goethe-Institut Istanbul, 15.01.2015 Video documentary about a workshop series with immigrants from the middle east staying in Istanbul. These wrokshops were organized by the Goethe-Institut and the InEnArt team in December 2014 in Turkey. with Videos by Moawia Shannan Mais Mhd Renas Mele Hossam Abuu Ali Mohamad Fares Bassel Halabi Camera and Editing […]

Gezi Party

Thomas Büsch
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arte yourope 7.12.2013 Autor: Sabine Küper-Büsch / Thomas Büsch Anfang 2013 wurde der Istanbuler Gezi-Park zum Symbol der türkischen Protestbewegung gegen den autoritären Staatschef Erdogan. Auf bislang ungekannte Weise begehrte eine breite bürgerliche Schicht gegen Korruption, Willkür und Umweltzerstörung in der Türkei auf. Doch im Herbst wurde es ruhig um die Bewegung. Damit der Geist […]