No matter what social area we look at, the decision-making process has become more difficult and decisions always appear to lead to subjective dilemmas. It seems that the reasons “for” and “against” balance each other out, that obvious solutions and easy outcomes are nowhere in sight. Nowadays encountering a dilemma is no more and no less than admitting “we don’t (yet) know the path to take.” In our magazine #34 (published spring/summer 2020) with the thematic focus of “dilemmas” artists and curators, scientists and journalists take a look on dilemmas of our time.
- Editorial: The magazine in times of the Corona crisis, by Hortensia Völckers, Kirsten Haß - Executive Board of the German Federal Cultural Foundation
- Democracy is not environmentally innocent, by Stephan Lessenich
- Try again. Fail again. Fail better., by Milo Rau
- Consequence Paralysis, by Till Briegleb
- Giving someone a voice. Overcoming Eurocentrism according to the Münchhausen principle? (I), by María Berríos
- In Every Project Dwells At Least One Citizen, by Alexander Koch
- Tendency towards consensus, by Lyn Gardner