First We Feast

Last summer, "First We Feast", a documentary essay by Alice Sarmiento (Alum NYC '19) was published in Schloss-Post. »Kain!« »Kain ka muna!« or »Kain tayo!« are common ways to demonstrate Philippine hospitality. They all roughly translate to the same thing: »Let’s eat.« In her documentary essay, Alice Sarmiento reports on the life, and motivations, and cultural backgrounds of German-Filipino women. Sarmiento traces down that many of these women are part of a larger community, in which…

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TWWWO: Matter in Flux

  The World in Which We Occur (TWWWO) is a curatorial research-based entity organized by Jennifer Teets (Faculty Berlin '16, '17, '19 and LA '18) that explores themes concerned with artistic inquiry, philosophy of science, and ecology. TWWWO began as a live event series over the telephone in 2014, and has thus expanded to other formats such as Matter in Flux, an online monthly study group with participants from different fields across the world. TWWWO takes into account modern day issues…

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Persistent Echoes

In the fall of 2019, Emilie Trice's (Alum Berlin '19) essay Persistent Echoes was included in a time capsule in the walls of the the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s new Rudin Family Gallery. The essay is on the work of artist/musician Ted Riederer, with the time capsule is a vessel for his sonic, archival art piece "Persistent Echoes". 'The artist and musician Ted Riederer will seal his sonic artwork Persistent Echoes within the walls of the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s new Rudin Family Gallery,…

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