October 19, 2014

Miju Lee


October 19, 2014

Paco Pomet

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Filed under: paco pomet art painting 
October 19, 2014

Patricia Coffie

October 19, 2014

Oriol Vilapuig


3:53am  |   URL: http://tmblr.co/Z8bgTy1TUnBHl
Filed under: oriol puig art 
October 19, 2014

Cig Harvey

You Look at Me Like an Emergency: Act 1

October 19, 2014

Jun Kaneko


2:20am  |   URL: http://tmblr.co/Z8bgTy1TUOv2R
Filed under: jun kaneko art ceramics 
October 19, 2014

Melissa Kaseman

October 19, 2014

Ekaterina Panikanova

Errata Corrige


October 18, 2014

Erik Ravelo

Lana Sutra


October 18, 2014

Anoek Steketee

Love Radio

Love Radio is a transmedia documentary about the process of reconciliation in post-genocide Rwanda, based on the popular radio soap ‘Musekeweya’ (New Dawn). 
It consists of a web documentary, mobile Tap stories and an exhibition. 
The project straddles the thin line between fact and fiction. At first glance it tells a linear, almost fairy-tale narrative. But a closer look reveals the complex reality. While in the soap happy endings predominate, reconciliation in real life is rather more intransigent. After the gruesome killings, how can perpetrators and victims live with and love each other?

April 2014 marks 20 years since almost one million Tutsis and moderate Hutus were murdered. Virulent hate campaigns in the media were at the heart of the genocide. On the same frequency that in 1994 incited the murder of the Tutsi ‘inyenzi’ (cockroaches), the radio soap Musekeweya today broadcasts a message of reconciliation. The soap is immensely popular, with millions tuning in to the weekly episodes.

Love Radio is a collaboration with journalist Eefje Blankevoort, designers Kummer & Herrman and interactive designer Sara Kolster.