Julian Volz lives in Brussels and works with text, film and the curatorial. He studied Political Science in Frankfurt / Main and Lyon as well as Cultures of the Curatorial at the Academy of Fine Arts Leipzig. His audiovisual research installation Mithly, which deals with queer culture in the Arabic-speaking world, has been shown in several cities. Volz has been working in the cultural program department of the Goethe-Institut Brussels since 2017.
Imagine these fragments are a response to a not-yet-written manifesto for a hedonistic archive. Then imagine they are a response to a manifesto which cannot be written at all and should not be either.