Arts of the Working Class #14: Being Safe Is Scary


Almost 80 million people worldwide are directly affected by forced displacement. Simultaneously cities are facing an unprecedented eviction crisis. The fear of displacement doesn't only affect residents of war zones. It is the ground (mostly European and American) on which radicalization, xenophobia and conspiracy theories are currently flourishing. Art has long been an accomplice in the gentrification of cities and the resulting segmentation of society. How can art improve our lives, without selling our souls to the 1%? How can it provide autonomy and independence from investment schemes of the world’s landlords? How can we re-evaluate the wealth of the world and re-ignite our collective imagination?


80 pages, 35 × 26 cm, 2020
ISSN 2627-698
Color, Newspaper, Language: Multi Lingual (Turkish, Spanish, German, English, etc.)
Published and edited by Alina Kolar, María Inés Plaza Lazo, Pawel Sochacki

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