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Posts by: Brigitta Kuster

Brigitta Kuster is an artist/writer focusing on topics such as cultural analysis, postcolonialism, migration. 2010 and 2006 Swiss Art Award. Her latest research in the framework of the FP7 funded project Mig@Net is dedicated to the study of migrant participation in transnational digital network, border crossing and biometric identities (see: In 2009, along with Dierk Schmidt, she participated in the exhibition Randzonen der Bilder at the Kunsthaus Dresden, where she presented together with Moise Merlin Mabouna their work-in-progress Choix d'un passé. Traits d'union on the colonial legacies and memories between Cameroon and Germany. Her recent publications, films and exhibitions include: Participation in Rester et partir, Musée de Bamako (Mali) 2011; Decolonisation, Forum Expanded, Berlinale 2010; “Tarzan and the Scream of Modernity: On the Post-Colonial in Mohamed Osfour's Cinematic Works,” in Colonial Modern. Aesthetics of the Past. Rebellions for the Future, eds Tom Avermaete/Serhat Karakayali/Marion von Osten (London: black dog publishing, 2010).

Fait accompli? In Search of Actions for Postcolonial Injunctions. An Introduction to the Special Issue “Afterlives” edited by Artefakte//anti-humboldt

by Brigitta Kuster, Dierk Schmidt and Regina Sarreiter • 18 Nov 13
Posted in: Afterlives [11] | Editorial