Eva Häberle arranging flowers at her studio. ©Eva Häberle


Hiroyuki Masuyama in his studio — sitting on chair that inspired him to start a new project. ©Sepideh Honarbacht


Charlie Stein has learned her craft. In the background her painting “Get Away Plane”, oil on canvas 110x150cm. ©Charlie Stein


In these days only dancers living in one household are allowed to perform together. Lara Delfino and Nelson López Garlo in “A First Date, Episode 1, Private Light” by Demis Volpi | Photo ©Bernhard Weis/Ballett am Rhein


Wunderkammer Exhibit #4

Collage: Evgeniy Shvets/Stocksy


Wunderkammer Exhibit #3

Hito Steyerl, This is the Future, 2019, Video installation (single channel HD video, color, sound), environment, Duration: 16 min, Courtesy the artist, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York and Esther Schipper, Berlin, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, 2020, Film still © Hito Steyerl

How can we manage to keep track of things and work in a creative way in times of constant disorder? An attempt inspired by Hito Steyerl


Wunderkammer Exhibit #2

With his installation for Studio Berlin at Berghain Rirkrit Tiravanija describes our confused state of mind in four words: Tomorrow is the question. Photo: Sepideh Honarbacht

Wunderkammer Exhibit #1

Grass №3, 28.04. — 08.07.2020, ©Hiroyuki Masuyama

Since the outbreak of the pandemic in early 2020, many people and companies have had to rethink the way they work — and to reinvent themselves. From the Japanese artist Hiroyuki Masuyama we can learn how to find the inner attitude with which innovation may succeed in times of crisis.


What I have learned for life in the first Corona year (Anno Coronae, AC)

Behind the mask. Photo by: Quinn Buffing
Behind the mask. Photo by: Quinn Buffing/Unsplash


Photo by Nahid Hatamiz on Unsplash

Sepideh Honarbacht

Author, Communication Strategist, Entrepreneur (Founder of Rat fuer Ruhm und Ehre and Kreatur Publishing)

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