Postmigrant Writings

Postmigrant Writings | 04.09.2021, 2pm-6pm

With our third event on the special exhibition “Cultural Affairs – Art Without Borders”, at the Grassi Museum für Angewandte Kunst, we focus on graphic design and literature from a (post)migrant and racism-critical perspective. With exciting speakers from the fields of design, poetry and political activism, we will explore, among other things, the question: In which way language and writing construct our reality and which stereotypes can be uncovered to tear down borders. The musical contributions of the day will be by Ali Hasan and Suetszu.

Moderation: Angelika Kim

Angelika Kim (she/her) is a social scientist, anti-racism activist and speaker. She was born in the Kazakh USSR, raised in Russia and Eastern Germany. As a descendant of German and Korean forced transferees in SowjetUnion, she calls herself a “child of Stalinist repressions”.
Angelika’s work revolves around her intersectionality as Eastern German asian-perceived russian-speaking Person of Global Majority.