In Via Genua the acclaimed Dutch writer Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer introduces the Italian city as an ‘African city’. Odile Heynders (Tilburg University) argues that this ‘Italian tour’ should be obligatory to our representative politicians.
This essay explores how and what an artist like Ai Weiwei can contribute to the discussion on the refugee crisis in Europe and if "political" artworks and artistic expressions can have a certain impact on society.
Brexit and its consequences
In this file we look at the Brexit from different perspectives. From political online activism, the framing of the voters and the opinions of writers before the Brexit to the linguicide afterwards.