Photographer: Tania L.
I still haven’t come down Down from where I wanted to be days ago From where I could have been years ago And from where I should have been forever ago I don’t hear a thing anymore But the beat of the marching drum Headed down the path to a
These days it is easy to fall into a bad – or even a hopeless – mood. One just has to open a newspaper to be immediately reminded of the desperate state our world is in. Michail Schwanetzkij, a Russian satirist, famously coined the phrase “Crisis is our normal state”,
What for some appears to be the ultimate dream-come-true wonderland might for others be the worst nightmare. Christiania, a community in Copenhagen, most certainly is one of the places on which opinions differ. Christiania lies in the heart of Copenhagen – only about 35 kilometers from Malmö University – and
The German Democratic Republic (GDR) was an ambitious project. Good intentions intertwined with bad ideas and the harsh reality of a global capitalist economy, and what resulted was an economically weak espionage state that ensured “safety” and public peace through all means necessary. Stuck in constant competition with its economically