grenzenlos, Josephine Apraku, Christopher Nixon, Rita Müller

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Editors: Josephine Apraku, Rita Müller, Christopher Nixon
Language: German, English
Paperback, 192 pages
Format: 190 x 260mm
ISBN 978-3-948174-15-6
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From 30 September 2020 to 18 July 2021, the Museum der Arbeit in Hamburg will be showing the exhibition “Borderless. Colonialism, Industry and Resistance”, which aims to reappraise industrial history as part of the city’s colonial “heritage”. It focuses on the working people in the colonies and their inhumane labor regimes, as well as on (post-)colonial resisters who meet the visitors’ eyes life-size on large fabric panels and return their gaze.
The publication accompanying the exhibition would like to continue with these diverse and intersectional views and voices of BIPOC. The result is a “bookazine”, a mixture of book and magazine, which takes up the topics of (neo-)colonialism, racism and the different life experiences of BIPOC with essayistic and scientific texts, poems and photographs, and in doing so sets new accents in terms of content. Some of the photographs submitted following an open call will be published in the bookazine for the first time. By Alok V. Menon, for example, the poem “Trans/Generation” can be found. Nikita Dhawan has written a text on the topic of “Colonialism and Enlightenment”. With all these and many other different voices, the bookazine would like to contribute to a necessary change of perspective.
Weight 642 g
Dimensions 260 × 190 × 16 mm
Cover

Rose´, Yellow

Authors

Lahya Aukongo, Elliot Blue, Dr. Jule Bönkost, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Nikita Dhawan, Maria González Leal, Isaiah Lopaz, Alok V. Menon, Sandrine Micossé-Aikins, E. Movain, Candice Nembhard, Kofi Shakur, Moro Yapha
Photographers: Nella Aguessy, Rafia Ali Touré, Gianna Kirschner, Nora Hase, Sergen Yener, Irene Osei-Poku, Laurel Chokoago, Elia diane Fushi Bekene, Jacqueline Mayen, Salma ElShami, Deborah Moses-Sanks, Shaheen Wacker, Nicole Benewaah Gehle

Illustrators

Diana Ejaita, Elliot Blue

Design

Helena Melikov