the right questions to the right persons at the right time. like interviews, just painful.

KUCHARSKI INNBETWEEN INNQUISITION

We also wanted to insert a bit of mythology, what we sensed when we first arrived. Like when we entered the city for the first time: it was dark, the wind was blowing and it was raining. In the West, there are all these weird houses, and then there is the skyline with all these skyscrapers—it looked like a comic book scenario, some dark kind of comic…more

IN THE CITY WITH THE TWO MOONS: JAN KLERKS

...(for) the guy who doesn’t want to spend a lot of money but does want to live in the city. His living room is not the "living room", it’s the city. His 40-50m2 apartment is where he sleeps. But for some reason the project developers do not want to do it because that is not part of the Dutch culture... more

ROOM FOR RENT: THE FAMILY ALATAS

...there was not that many Turkish people living in Rotterdam at this time. The bureaucracy, however, was easier then because Holland welcomed the foreigners very much to do the hard work. Ali tells us that father Ali had a very good time in Holland because he was considered "exotic"... more

A CONVERSATION AT BLIJDORP ZOO

Under where the train was going, there was a market with animals... goats, chickens and (animals) of all kinds. On the other side, there was a small street and they were all prostitutes down there. As a boy, we would open the cages of the chickens and they went into the houses... more

I AM A TERRORIST. REVEREND STEVE JOHNSON LEYBA

... the so called radical artists and activists I have known in the Bay area have almost all grown conservative and silent here. I am an outsider amongst outsiders, to obscure or weird for free speech radio and too much of a renegade ... more

HALLOWEEN WITH GEERT LOVINK

Outsiders often only see the positive side. What they forget is the flipside. Remember that 'apartheid' is a Dutch word. Originally it means the right of 'seperate' development. It is out of such 'mutual' forms of 'disinterest' that liberal policies grow... more

A SCAR IS A MARK OF PRIDE - LEBBEUS WOODS

In such a society, the classical distinction between art and life disappears. Art and life flow together, inseparable. They are the beginnings of new ways of thinking, living and shaping place, arising from individuality and invention... more


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