Services Editorial Design, Exhibition Graphics
Team Matthias Friederich, Julian von Klier, Mara Schneider
Exhibition architecture Marina Correia
"The best propaganda is dressed up as entertainment." (N.J. O'Shaughnessy)
"After the Fact", an exhibition and events project, looks at the concept of propaganda in order to broaden its definition in light of the societal, political and technological developments of the 21st century. Our goal is not to define propaganda as an obvious source of evil, as blunt, recognizable and passé, but as an analytical framework that is as potentially problematic as it might be helpful. Accordingly, the artworks gathered in the exhibition engage in various ways with current forms of propaganda and with the porous borders between reality and fiction that are symptomatic of the digital age. Through the exhibition, propaganda is posited as both problem and opportunity for artistic and political discourse and art as both vehicle and obstacle for the discourses of different types of propaganda.
Curated by Stephanie Weber
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