Unity and justice and …
Jason Grant, of Brisbane’s Inkahoots, explains why he brought his New Anthems project to Berlin to collaborate with Anja Lutz’s A–Z gallery and the Buchstabenmuseum
The last time Germany insisted its national identity was fixed and pure, it did not end well. National identity mutates into the grotesque ideology of nationalism while waiting to be uncovered or rediscovered.
Berlin’s Buchstabenmuseum, with letters arranged according to colour. Photograph: Inkahoots.
Top. Exterior and interior views of New Anthems VI at A–Z in Berlin. Photograph: Hans-Georg Gaul.
Jason Grant, writer, designer at Inkahoots, Brisbane, Australia
Read the full version in Eye no. 99 vol. 25, 2019
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