Protests and demonstrations in Belarus are on the rise. So are dissidents’ arrests.
Cultural activist Agata Diduszko-Zyglewska discusses the importance of Oliver Frljić ‘s play Curse, and potential actions the state may try to take against the theatre, director, and actors.
Is Wisłocka the feminist version of Kinsey, or the duet of Masters and Johnson from Central-Eastern Europe?
Actors and officials of the city of Warsaw have been exposed to an enormous quantity of media violence and hate-speech.
Female artists from Ukraine and other post-Soviet spaces challenge the hierarchical structure of the art world with their embroidery and textile works.
A contemporary Polish film and the controversy surrounding it highlight the painful nuances of Ukraine and Poland’s mutual past.
Kaja Puto tries to understand how Western is the East, and how Eastern is the West.