[Issue 12 / 1 Feb 15]

These two pictures were taken in Dresden and Hanover in Germany by Sarah Katharina Kayß. They don’t demand anything, but if you notice them closely, they talk a common language. Of performance and co-existence.

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Sarah Katharina Kayß is winner of the manuscript-award of the German Writers Association for her poetry and essay collection Ich Mag Die Welt So Wie Sie Ist (Allitera, Germany 2014). She edits the bilingual literature magazine The Transnational (www.the-transnational.com) and works on her doctorate in military sociology at King’s College London. Her artwork, essays and poetry have appeared in literary magazines, journals and anthologies in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, the United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.  www.SarahKatharinaKayss.com

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Sarah Katharina Kayß is winner of the manuscript-award of the German Writers Association for her poetry and essay collection Ich Mag Die Welt So Wie Sie Ist (Allitera, Germany 2014). She edits the bilingual literature magazine The Transnational (www.the-transnational.com) and works on her doctorate in military sociology at King's College London. Her artwork, essays and poetry have appeared in literary magazines, journals and anthologies in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, the United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.

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