By putting up an image of a huge cockroach, the Džuvle collective made the billboard reflect the reality of the housing shortage in Brno.
Feminist art for me is to speak to white males in a position of equality but also to appropriate universal terms like power or justice, that they think only belong to them.
The scene turned out to be like a hot pan brimming with a fried post-political mix: sermons, threats, singing bards, odd costumes, seasoned with sucker punches, flares, and finished with a stink bomb.
Women are representing Poland at the Venice Biennale this year.
Set in Bratislava, a new Slovak film focuses on the rape committed of seventeen-year old Lena by her mathematics teacher.
Let us hope that Documenta will continue having the social impact that the art world needs, and more importantly, let social fights continue to gain victories.
This kind of intervention can make a difference.