During the European Lab, we met Sarah Gamrani (Hawa Sarita), who is behind the collection of poems "Au-delà du club" (Beyond Club). Her research into public space and poetry takes a thoughtful and enlightened look at the place of women in mainstream and alternative cultures. This conversation puts into words and arguments a discomfort that is sometimes difficult to express, and raises issues that should be urgently tackled, now more than ever.
An in-depth conversation with Norwegian artist Deathprod about his anti-fascism artistic vision, made in the framework of Insomnia festival.
A portray of French dj and activist Sentimental Rave made while she was invited to play at TodaysArt festival in 2019.
New club featured as part of We are Europe series Club To Cloud is Porto-based Pérola Negra Club, with Jonathan Tavares, in charge of the venue's booking and management.
A series of articles to showcase and support European nightclubs. Next episode of "Club To Cloud" highlights the work of Nantes-based Macadam club, with founders Alexis Tenaud and Maxime Durand.
A series of articles to showcase and support European nightclubs. Third episode of "Club To Cloud" highlights the work of renowned Helsinki-based Kaiku club, with Mikko Anisimoff who's in charge of communications & marketing
In this tribune, Arty Farty director Vincent Carry shares his vision on the role of the night culture in today's society. He highlights how the current democratic and social movements, the struggle against authoritarian regimes and the great youth movement for climate issues, find an echo in the night and in its cultural, artistic, festive, and collective representation.
A series of articles to showcase and support European nightclubs. Second episode of "Club To Cloud" highlights the work of Belgrade-based Drugstore club, with Branislav Jovancevic, the venue's program director, also known as Kӣr.
The Movement Behind The Club: a Conversation Between Laurent Garnier and Zviad Gelbakhiani from Bassiani
A discussion about club culture as an act of resistance, between Laurent Garnier and the co-founder of Tbilisi-based club Bassiani, Zviad Gelbakhiani.
At the heart of the dancefloors of the world, the capacity of bodies to connect us through movements, contacts, co-presence and the way in which they allow some to claim their identities or their fights make them tools of individual and collective emancipation.