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New New New Institutionalism
“There are no top and second tiers, only coexistence and possibility”. Interview with Chus Martínez
“The body of the institution is a body with a choral voice”. Interview with Manuel Segade
“There are political forces that aim to dismantle public arts funding”. Interview with Theodor Ringborg
“Building an institution means to rethink the way it operates in the world”. Interview with Stefanie Hessler
"A desk is a dangerous place from which to watch the world" (John Le Carré)