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FITA Magazine Vol. IV


Theme / Time Travel
City / Berlin
Cover / The Technate, Peter Behrbohm & Markus Bühler
Color / Orange
ISSN / 2184-9099
Legal Deposit / 492990/21
Language / English
Format / Magazine
Cover / 250 gr
Paper / 100 gr
Pages / 156

FITA Magazine is an international arts magazine communicating artistic research from all disciplines. Published by FITA since 2021. Awarded the Transforma Portugal by Fórum Estudante, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, BPI and La Caixa Bank (2021), and granted The High Patronage Seal of The President of Portugal (2022).

After Venice, Lisbon and London: we're delighted to share with you all the latest volume of FITA Magazine published this year 2023 devoted to the city of Berlin and to the theme of Time Travel.

This is an invitation to embark on a journey through time, immersing yourself in the essence of revolution. As we navigate the pages of History, the relentless march of the clock unfolds beyond Herodotus and Clio's control, guided by extraordinary artworks that defy the tides and illuminate our path towards the future.

Berlin, a city that has welcomed winds of change, holds a special place in our hearts, particularly as the 1989 youth-led movement tore down the wall that separated them from tomorrow, inspiring us to reflect on other peaceful protests that have rejuvenated entire populations, from the Women's Suffrage Movement of 1897 to the Quit India Movement in 1942, the Student Revolt in 1968, and the Carnation Revolution in 1974—each etching its mark in History.

Each chapter is devoted to a revolution in History. Discover here who is included in this outstanding travel through time and space:

1897 — Women’s Suffrage Movement
\ The Voice of a Generation, Djaimilia Pereira de Almeida [Interview]
\ Musica Humana, Francisca Aires Mateus [Artwork]
\ (magna mater humanidade), MB de Abreu Afonso [Video-Poetry]
\ Bestas, Mané Pacheco [Artwork]
\ Ruido / Noise, Karen Lamassone and KW Institute for Contemporary Art [Exhibition]

1942 — Quit India Movement
\ The Advocate for Parafiction, Salomé Lamas [Interview]
\ On Being Human as Praxis, Elaine Mitchener, Maerz Musik and Berliner Festspiele [Performance]
\ Avulsos, Victor Gonçalves [Artwork]
\ Pythagoras’ Hammers: On Science and Aesthetic Concern, José Diogo Simão [Article]
\ The Shadow of the Wind, Leonor Neves [Exhibition]
\ The Frame, Suu Myint Thein and SomoS Arts [Exhibition]

1968 — Student Revolt
\ The Sculptor of the Temporal Dimension, Carolina Serrano [Interview]
\ i. Melting Film (Negativo), ii. Hiatus (Pausa, I. e Pausa, II.), iii. Grapes (Ilha), Guilherme Vilhena Martins [Poetry]
\ The Technate — Follow the wires into a dynamic equilibrium among energy-consuming devices Peter Behrbohm & Markus Bühler [Exhibition]
\ The Bifocal Lenses, Francisco Teles da Gama [Article]
\ O Testemunho / The Testimony, João Gomes Gago [Artwork]
\ Two-Footed Tackle, Ricardo Ramos Gonçalves [Article]
\ The Director of São Roque Mário Roque [Interview]

1974 — Carnation Revolution
\ The Time-Travelling Actor, José Pimentão [Interview]
\ Se Dançar É Só Depois, Ana Lua Caiano [Music]
\ Untitled (Human Condition) and the Symptom of the Times, João Motta Guedes [Artwork]
\ Fragments of a Revolution, Sahand Sarhaddi [Film]
\ Uma Viagem em 3 Tempos / A Journey in 3 Stages José Bernardo da Fonseca [Poetry]
\ The Founder of Lebond Watches, Asier Mateo [Interview]

1989 — Fall of the Berlin Wall
\ The Philosopher of Europe, Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer [Interview]
\ Fleeting, Valentin Goppel [Photography]
\ documenta fifteen: postales del futuro, Francisca Gigante [Article]
\ Two Soviet Helmets, Isabel Cordovil [Artwork]
\ Unter den Linden, Pedro Brum da Silveira [Poetry]

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