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The Mole Keeps on Digging. Animals / Politics / Performance


Accompanying the festival “The Mole Keeps on Digging. Animal / Politics / Performance“, HAU Hebbel am Ufer published a new edition of its publication series. With a preface by Annemie Vanackere, a text by zoologist, philosopher and journalist Cord Riechelmann, who also gives the opening lecture, statements by the participating artist and lots of mole pictures.
HAU publication “The Mole Keeps on Digging“

Utopian Realities – 100 Years of Now with Alexandra Kollontai


Featuring texts by the artists Marina Davydova, Vera Martynov, Simone Aughterlony and Jen Rosenblit, an introductory text by HAU director Annemie Vanackere, conversations with Lina Majdalanie, Mariano Pensotti and Vlatka Horvat and texts by Gisela Notz and Alex Demirović.
HAU publication “Utopian Realities – 100 Years of Now with Alexandra Kollontai"

The Aesthetics of Resistance – Peter Weiss 100


Featuring texts by Guillermo Calderón, Oliver Frljić, Marco Layera and Rabih Mroué, a conversation between Nicoleta Esinencu and Aenne Quiñones, an introductory text by Aenne Quiñones, a speech by Peter Weiss, texts by Hans-Thies Lehmann and Jenny Willner, and a statement by Bini Adamczak, co-curator of the festival.
HAU publictaion " The Aesthetics of Resistance – Peter Weiss 100"

Projeto Brasil / The Sky Is Already Falling


Featuring a conversation between Lia Rodrigues and Nayse Lopéz, texts by Ian Steinman and Rodrigo Nunes, a blog entry by BlackWomenofBrazil.co, and illustrations by the artist Paulo Nazareth.
HAU publication "Projeto Brasil / The Sky Is Already Falling"

Marx' Gespenster [Spectres of Marx]


With contributions by Alex Demirović, Nina Power, Mark Terkessidis, Bini Adamczak, interviews with Srećko Horvat, Teresa Forcades i Vila and photos of cash machines in Germany, Grece, the UK, Italy, Sri Lanka, Southkorea and Hungary.
HAU-Publication "Spectres of Marx"

Japan Syndrome

Art and Politics after Fukushima

With contributions by Otomo Yoshihide, Akira Takayama, Harald Welzer, Toshiki Okada, Hikaru Fujii, Hans-Thies Lehmann, Tadasu Takamini, Markus Schneider and photos by Kyoichi Tsuzuki.

Leaving is not an option?

Artistic positions from Hungary

With contributions by Aenne Quiñones, Kornél Mundruczó, József Mélyi, Péter Kárpáti, Andrea Tompa, Little Warsaw and a series of photos, which documents interviews with passers-by in Budapest. 

Staging Cambodia

Video, Memory & Rock 'n' Roll

With contributions by Annemie Vanackere, Michael Laub, Marc Eberle, Jens Balzer, Stefanie Alisch, Nora Taylor and photos from the series "Human Nature" (2011) by Khvay Samnang.