16.04.2013 | Art exhibition
At an exhibition currently on show at the gallery Semmer Berlin (Germany), the Australian artist Jenny Brown is offering a re-interpretation of the cult television series The Prisoner. Sacha Kagan, who collaborated with Jenny on one of the works on show, further discusses here how the TV series critiques the illusions of ‘freedom’ as emancipation from attachments.
Von Sacha Kagan, Lüneburg (D).
Foto: © Jenny Brown
19.09.2012 | (Trans)disciplining urban studies in the cultural studies 
The article discusses “transdisciplinarity” and “interdisciplinarity”, and illustrates the benefits of a transdisciplinary approach for combined spatial and cultural analysis, to improve research at the intersection of urban and cultural studies. By Volker Kirchberg, Lüneburg (D).
18.06.2012 | Gardening
The fifth edition of the Burning Ice Festival in Brussels, from June 5th to 9th at the KAAI Theater and around the city, questioned nature-culture relationships. Sacha Kagan followed the festival for Cultura21 Webmagazine and gives us a short review.
Von Sacha Kagan, Lüneburg.
Foto: © BettinaF / PIXELIO
01.01.2012 | About the artist Andrea Polli
Among artists working with science, those who deal with the climate have gained particular relevance recently. In Andrea Polli’s works, her art, in which nature meets digital culture and technology, is capable of putting man back in the centre of the environment, stimulating direct involvement, both intellectual and physical. By Gaia Bindi.
20.09.2011 | Cultures of sustainability?
How may we evaluate the sustainability of processual, open source, community-based, bottom-up/ P2P projects and initiatives within clothing and fashion, or even broader, within economies of culture? Building on an 'ethical fashion' case, OpenWear, this small reflection will try to provide some lines of thought that might be useful to move ahead with understanding the sustainability of such phenomena better. And, in a broader perspective, provide a bit of food for thought around cultures of sustainability. By Oleg Koefoed, Kopenhagen (DK).
Foto: © L. Stallknecht / PIXELIO
23.08.2011 | Diary from the "Ueber Lebenskunst Festival"
The Ueber Lebenskunst Festival in Berlin, from August 17th to 21st at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt (HKW), and in some other locations in Berlin, playfully explores cultural actions for sustainable ways of life. Sacha Kagan is following the festival for Cultura21 Webmagazine, sharing some impressions gained along the flow of the events. from Berlin, Sacha Kagan
25.07.2011 | Art and genetics
Plants with human DNA, bacteria creating poems and many “living works”. Playing to be God, the first exhibition in Italy dedicated to American artist Eduardo reflects on the genetic possibility to become other. By Claudio Cravero (IT).
Foto: © Valentina Bonomonte, PAV Living Art Park
17.07.2011 | Trigger Point Theory
The advent of the anthropocene age has mobilized many artists to address environmental issues, as, climate change, water and habitat loss. Artists who work with science and scientists have been acutely moved by the scale of disaster many feel we are facing. This article explores how ecological artist, Aviva Rahmani pro-actively addresses these issues with a theory about environmental restoration grounded equally in art and science. By Aviva Rahmani, New York (USA).
06.06.2011 | Sustainability
For centuries, the question of wealth has been discussed by European and American economists in relation to the theme of the individual “good life”. Today, the issue of wealth, reconsidered under the perspectives of sustainability, is related to the question of what it means to “live well, together.”
Von Sacha Kagan, Lüneburg (D).
Foto: © Petra Hegewald / PIXELIO
08.02.2011 | Artistic Project
In February 14th 2011, a group of students from the Geneva University of Art and Design, CCC master department (Critical Cross Cultural Cybermedia), independent artists from different countries and people from different fields, are collaborating under the multidisciplinary artistic project Violentine’s Day. This project will question the Valentine Day celebration and will debate its consequences. By Melano Sokhadze, Geneva (CH)