Danila Tkachenko is an award-winning visual artist from Moscow who describes himself as a "composer" of a new reality and explores various consequences of the human quest for a utopian future with documentary photography.
With her project under development "Bookmarks" Maria Nalbantova explores reading habits and what the small traces say about the past.
When the Iron Curtain fell in 1989, Bojina Panayotova was just eight years old. Shortly after, her family moved to Paris, where she discovered cinema. It brought her back to Bulgaria and her own past in her first feature film I See Red People, which had its world premiere as part of the Berlinale documentary program this year.
In Belarus you can find not just the beginnings of a civil society, but also a completely different artistic scene.
Three print editions with different focus that complement and develop our understanding of contemporary dance