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Bisherige Stipendiaten:


2018

Klaus Illi (Mai/Juni 2018)

Franziska Becher (März/April 2018

Sophia Hembeck (Januar/Februar 2018)


2017

Jeanne Gaigher (November/Dezember 2017)

Kelly Lloyd (September/Oktober 2017)

Matyáš Chochola (Juli/August 2017)

Michaela Roudnicka (April/Mai 2017)
Kosta Tonev (Februar/März 2017)


2016

Jen Calleja (Dezember 2016/Januar 2017)

Xanthe Somers (November 2016)
Mohammad Namazi (September/Oktober 2016)

Fiona McGuigan (Juli/August 2016)

Ahmad Alrayan (Mai 2016)

Tza Va (März/April 2016)

Bettina Wilpert (Januar/Februar 2016)

2015

Delia Popa (November/December 2015)

Diego Mallo (Oktober 2015)

Fabian Knöbl (August/September 2015)

Vanni Bianconi (July 2015)

Paul Polaris (April/May 2015)

James Stephen Wright (January/February 2015)


2013
Adam Knight (August/September 2013)

Klaengur Gunnarsson (Island, Juni/Juli 2013)
Elisa Tosoni (April/Mai 2013)
Celeste Najt (Februar/März 2013)

Antonio Bigini (Dezember 2012/Februar 2013)


2012

Félicia Atkinson (November 2012)

Marguerite van Sandick (Oktober 2012)

Enzo Comin (It, August/September 2012)

Tino Hanekamp (Juni/Juli 2012)

Iman Ibrahim (April 2012 / Äthiopien)

Emile Ouroumov (März 2012 / Bulgarien)

Anna Rosa Stohldreier (Jan/Feb 2012 / D)


2011

Claudia Bröer (Dez 2011 / D) 

Till Müller-Klug (D)

Ada Dorian (D)

Agnieska Kozlowska (PL)

Patricia Bucher (D/CH)

Alice McCabe (UK/CH)


2010

Daniela Lettner (A)

Emma Nilsson (D)

Esther Ernst (D/CH)

Bart Hoevenaars (NL)

Sascha Hommer (D)

Piotr Jaras (PL)

Simon Hari (CH)

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index proudly presents: JAMES STEPHEN WRIGHT (GB), Freitag 30. Januar 2015, 20.00 Uhr, @ DAS INSTITUT, Eintritt frei  

amalali


Amal Ali? Back in early 2011 (February Specifically) my laptop was stolen. Luckily, I had insurance and got the laptop replaced with a new, better, shinier and faster model. A few months later, I had gotten over the whole incident and was quite happy with how it all turned out. Suddenly, strange files appeared in my computer. I had no clue of where they came from. They were clearly not mine. I must admit that it took me a while to figure out what was happening. Then, 'Eureka!', it all made sense. My stolen laptop was reaching out to me from past the grave. They had not wiped its memory, and so it still had my applications on it (such as Dropbox (cloud storage provider) and Last.fm (audio scrobbler)). This in turn meant that every time an iPhone was plugged into the stolen laptop, all the files on it transferred across the great wide web onto my new laptop. And every time they played a song, it transferred to my online account on last.fm. This has been happening for a long, long, time now, and I have been thinking about the information that my stolen laptop has sent me, and what to do with it. After two and a half years of contemplation, I decided to share it with people. Information such as the persons sex, sexuality and their sex videos/images, their possible name, their old address, their current address, where there are now or where they have been, and even those odd quirks they have as an individual. All this I have shared.


Where is my laptop now? United Arab Emirates, Dubai, near a Nando's.