Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, we screen independent movies, avant-garde movies, retrospectives, experimental films or documentary films from Europe and Indonesia – anything but the mainstream!
To Meg Stuart, borders are irrelevant. Her artistic life began in the USA, today she lives in Berlin and with the location of her company Damaged Gods has a professional focus in Belgium. She works internationally.
Through "Performing Architecture", the Goethe-Institut is present at the Venice Biennale. Meg Stuart, who is being honoured for her life's work there, will stage her performance "Built to Last" and take part in a moving panel. In an interview, she speaks about her art and about things she hasn't dared to do yet.
Founded on the global goals of achieving the well-being of mothers and children and ensuring food security, the two startups Sehati TeleCTG and iGrow shared their views about supporting Indonesia to meet the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.
Making profits and at the same time contributing to the alleviation of social and environmental problems—no longer a contradiction. “Social entrepreneurship” combines business and social sustainability.