Under the slogan “Change Utopia!”, in 2014 Transnational Dialogues had been reflecting on the failure of existing economic and social models in the three regions, and the role of artists and cultural production in gesturing towards alternative futures. The process took the form of a year-long process of networked-production, a multilayered exchange and mix of virtual collaboration, meetings, seminars and caravans.
A thorough documentation and reflection on the 2014 activities can be found in the Transnational Dialogues Journal 2014.
“Transnational Dialogues: A Factory for Imagination, Innovation and Integration across Europe, China and Brazil” is a project by European Alternatives, in partnership with Artoholics e.V. (Berlin); Casa da Cultura Digital (São Paulo); IBISS (Rio de Janeiro); Organhaus (Chongqing); Zajia Lab (Beijing). With the support of the Youth in Action Programme of the European Union, the Goethe-Institut, the UK Arts Council’s Artist’s International Development Fund and the Bundeskanzleramt Österreich – Kunst.
A more complete list of those who have been supporting the activities of Transnational Dialogues in 2014 is also available.