New newspaper from and about Suhl-Nord
About a year after the first photo-text newspaper “Suhl-Nord – Aus unserer Sicht” (Suhl-North – From Our Perspective), the second edition has now been produced in a workshop in the fall and winter. Under the guidance of Rafael and documentary filmmaker Luisa Bäde, four people who have either lived, currently live, work or are interested in Suhl-Nord have pursued their very personal perspectives and interests and brought them into a 40-page form in images and text.
Desireé Röhlig processed the decline of the neighborhood in which she herself grew up in many satirical classified ads. Kristin Neubecker staged herself in various empty spaces in Suhl-Nord, creating a visual story about hope and leaving that can also stand for other places – she herself grew up in Hoyerswerda, where Neustadt underwent a similar development to Suhl-Nord. In a personal text, Sami Said reports on everyday racist life in Suhl – and that the relatively deserted Suhl-Nord is a place of retreat for him. That is why his photos of places where something happened to him do not show Suhl-Nord. Finally, Frieda Müller documented both the results and the process of difficult research. She wanted to find out who Klaus-Peter Kühn was, who was murdered at his home in Suhl-Nord in 2012. As a second project, she also set up a place where people can mourn the disappearance of the neighborhood.
The resulting newspaper will be presented to the public for the first time at the Kulturbaustelle Suhl on January 17 from 7 pm and we will give an insight into the working process and the results. There will also be a concert with the Noizy Mindz. You can pick up the newspaper free of charge on site or order it online for shipping costs only.
We look forward to browsing, listening, chatting and toasting together!