Cities

San Diego (CA)

San Diego (CA) is a sunbelt port city on the Pacific coast of the Southwestern United States located south of Los Angeles. As a region, it owes any understanding of itself to a complex account of transborder politics and cultural histories. Most notably, as an…

Groningen

The city is nationally known as the “Metropolis of the North” and as “Martinistad” referring to the tower of the Martinitoren, named after its patron saint Martin of Tours. Although Groningen is not a very large city, it does have an important role as the main urban centre…

HELSINKI

Forum Box aims to be a space open for all forms of art. We present contemporary artists, both Finnish and international, established and emerging. We organise each month an art exhibition plus several live arts events – meetings with the artists exhibiting, performance art, concerts,…

SHANGHAI

Based in the all-embracing metropolis of Shanghai, Modern Art Museum (MAM) focuses on diversity, equality, exchange and education. With an open mind the museum introduces classic art in the West and the East and innovative creations in all the creative fields. The museum pays no…

YOKOHAMA

Zou-no-hana Terrace initiated the “PORT JOURNEYS” project in 2011, to build relations upon an axis of cross-cultural exchange, through the collaboration of world port municipalities engaged in creative community development, cultural facilities, and artists.Zou-no-hana Terrace forms a hub for Yokohama City’s vision of “Creative City…

HAMBURG

The platform project Hyper Cultural Passengers (HyCP) questions the myth of the autonomous – and thereby self-sufficient – subject and proposes instead the figure of the hypercultural passenger. This passenger embarks a metaphorical – and a real – journey: The passenger leaves behind the Mainland of fixed identity and navigates towards “Relocations of Thinking” (Francois Jullien), thereby inquiring and reinterpreting the seemingly fixed and inseparable connection of culture and identity.