Goethe-Institut Nigeria in the context of its partnership with the Center for Art and Urbanistics (ZK/U) in Berlin, the cultural office of local government Berlin Mitte, SAVVY Contemporary Art Space Berlin and the Arthouse Foundation in Lagos, continues with a residency programme for artists and curators from Berlin and Lagos.
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In 2013 Julia Grosse became an editor-in-chief of the online magazine Contemporary& for contemporary African art, which is produced in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut. Now the magazine Contemporary& América Latina is now available with an enhanced focus on the connections between Africa, Afro-Latin America and the Caribbean. In an interview Grosse talks about discrimination against the Black art scene and identity issues.
At the Decolonizing the Campus symposium in Lagos, numerous local and international architects will take a critical look at design theory and university buildings from the early and transitional years of Nigerian independence as part of bauhaus imaginista. The focus of the discussion is Obafemi Awolowo University in Nigeria, which was founded in 1961 in protest against British education policies at the end of colonial rule.