• Never More! Hiroshima-Fukushima

The latest collection of art films and videos on ENGAD is based on the topic of “Never More! – Hiroshima-Fukushima” 6 August 2015 – 70 Years Hiroshima – and a never ending collective trauma. That we did not learn from history showed the nuclear desaster of Fukushima on 11 March …

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• “Refugee!”

There are currently more than 60 millions of refugees on the globe, people who left their home country in order to escape war, persecution and murder, but also poverty and the lack of any perspectives. People in Europe speak currently of the “refugee crisis”, as if the streams of refugees …

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• self~imaging 2016

Some social or political developments require the solidarity from all of us, we are requested to show face against in rapidly spreading inhumanitys worldwide. We live in times when, after a period of democratic developments, not only in Europe, fundamentalist, konservative, radical and extremist ideologies try to draw the wheele …

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• Forever! The Ball

Forever – The Ball! is a videoart compilation dealing with sport as a topic in contemporary art. While sport and expecially football (soccer) has an extraordinary relevance and popularity in the society influencing the individual life of quantitatively many people, but there is exist a certain kind of stereotype of …

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• Cambodia 1975-1979

Founded in 2012, CTF – Collective Trauma Film Collections are representing a international world-wide unique initiative by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne addressed to young generations of artists and film makers to deal with the topic of collective trauma caused primarily by totalitarism by using new technologies and contemporary approaches in …

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• Collective Trauma Film Collections

Founded in 2012, CTF – Collective Trauma Film Collections are representing a international world-wide unique initiative by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne addressed to young generations of artists and film makers to deal with the topic of collective trauma caused primarily by totalitarism by using new technologies and contemporary approaches in …

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• SFC-Interview Project

SFCIP – Shoah Film Collection Interview Project would like to give background information to the viewer concerning the “making of” of the films, their artistic concepts, the relevance of the topic and the perspectives for now and future. It is intending to form the basis for following discussions about how …

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• Shoah Film Collection

SFC _ Shoah Film Collection – is a worldwide unique media art and peace initiative addressed to young generations of artists and film makers to deal with the topic of SHOAH (Holocaust) and collective trauma caused by totalitarianism by using new technologies and contemporary approaches in art. Founded in 2009, …

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• Draft: Title Shoah

Draft title: Shoah is a media art project by Wilfried Agricola de Cologne, incorporating the artistic activities around “Shoah” and collective trauma caused by totalitarianism, forming the framework for a wide range of artistic activities. Like most projects by Agricola de Cologne, also Draft title: Shoah is built up of …

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• Selfportrait 2006

://selfportrait – a show for Bethlehem is the second media art exhibition project in Bethlehem/Palestine – initiated and curated by Agricola de Cologne, independent curator and director of The Ne Museum of Networed Art. This media art exhibition was initiated and organised on occasion and in the framework of 10th …

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• W:MoRiA

Women: Memory of Repression in Argentina W:MoRiA Women: Memory of Repression in Argentina curatorial environment by Agricola de Cologne & Raquel Partnoy http://argentina.engad.org/women/ The project is referring to the thirty thousands of persons who disappeared during the military dictatorships of the 20th century in Argentina, a war of the military …

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• Family Portrait

FAMILY PORTRAIT receives MOSAICA Award given by York University Toronto/Canada “Family Portrait” – Agricola de Cologne’s portrait of the Partnoy family and part of W:MoRiA received the MOSAICA Award 2005 on the subject: Jews and Diaspora. http://www.mosaica.ca Winner announcement MOSAICA Award Winner Announcement by York University Toronto, 2005 www.Mosaica is …

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