How do we assert ourselves in the digital society? Which tools do we have to master, which skills do we have to learn? ZKM | Zentrum für Kunst und Medien Karlsruhe and the Goethe-Institut provide answers.
Contemporary art in Europe is socially relevant. But how does it shield itself from political appropriation? Joseph Young, sound artist, belit sağ, video artist, and Via Lewandowsky, visual artist, discuss this question with you. Join the debate!
Libraries lead us through a flood of information. They are a platform for exchange, space for encounters or social anchors in the city. With our series “Future Libraries” we shed light on challenges, and examples of success around the the library of tomorrow.
What ethical, social and political questions arise when automation and artificial intelligence revolutionize the world of work? In the dossier on Posthumanism the Goethe-Institut Canada takes a critical look at these issues.
From April to November 2018, the Goethe-Institut Montreal's VR:RV project invites VR producers, artists and journalists from Germany and Canada to participate in discourses and carry out joint projects.
Over 50 years ago, Uwe Johnson began writing Anniversaries, a masterpiece of postwar German literature. On the occasion of the first complete English translation of the book, the Goethe-Institut USA takes you on a journey to discover Uwe Johnson's New York.
Dance is movement – and movement over borders also shapes dance. For about 300 years now, travel and migration have had a strong influence on an increasingly globalised dance scene. Our portrait series shows: cultural exchange across and beyond all borders and limitations gives dancers impulses for creative work and enlivens their art.