Ki Hyun Park, an artist and curator from Germany, is exploring police profiling and other public space issues together with young men who hang out in Moabiter Staat Garden park in Berlin – they share creative tasks and financial resources for their video documentary.
Dejan Krstić, an illustrator from Novi Sad, Serbia, turned an abandoned hospital room into a place for people to reflect on their childhood with their drawings and writings.
Those are just two examples of hundreds of artists and curators who met each other during the Magic Carpets project, which connected 15 European countries and continued for four years. The intention was to turn the audience from passive consumers of art into active participants. Did it succeed?
Hear the podcast episode above.
NARA team has been documenting the development of the Magic Carpets project since 2017. See some of the snapshots from the project: