People United | PERFORMING ARTS (on) PAPER
is funded as part of the
programme TakePart | #TakeThat by Fonds Darstellende Künste e.V. (Fonds Daku) – in the frame of NEUSTART KULTUR funding program on behalf of the German Federal Commissioner for Culture and Media.
records what has happened in the cultural sector since the beginning of the pandemic and how the cultural sector has changed since then. It discusses in interviews and portraits with various
representatives of the art and cultural scene how we can reflect on ourselves, our work, our actions, on our task(s) and our position in (consumer) society during this time. What does it mean to
be an artist in a capitalist system in times of crisis? Does this reflection matter? Do artists have to become more economical, more capitalistic, think, act capitalistic? The possibility of
including digital content in the publication creates a documentary Gesamtkunstwerk – a complemented and completed body of art. People United magazine turns into a
_Performing Arts Festival on paper.
provides a necessary platform for collective exchange about needs, fears, challenges, desires, hopes, anticipation and longings, questions the old and grapples with new modes of production and
provides new insights into financial and intellectual securities of artists today.
connects the art scene in a previously unseen way and thus aims to achieve restoring the visibility of what is currently invisible. This is how People United Magazine | Performing Arts Festival |
on paper creates a new model platform for the art scene, a new form of art documentation and connects the arts community in a format that is both haptic and digitally accessible.
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