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Surrealistic self-making

Interview: The Akademie der Künste archive in Berlin recently opened with an exhibition of German Ginka Steinwachs' installations. On that occasion, Ny Tid had a conversation with the surrealist poet.
Steinwachs with spring pen. Photo: © Özlem Konuk

The archive of the Akademie der Künste (Academy of the Arts) in Berlin is considered the most significant interdisciplinary archive of art and culture after 1900 within the entire German-speaking world. The German surrealist Ginka Steinwachs (b. 1942) has been depositing her diaries in the archive since 2003. May 17 this year, the archive officially opened with an exhibition of installations. . .

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Eivind Tjønneland
Historian of ideas and author.

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