In ancient Greece, the thesaurós (treasury) was a place in the temple where votives and offerings for the gods were collected. Since modern times, large dictionaries and encyclopedias have been named accordingly. Knowledge and vocabulary are to be preserved here; words such as treasure also stem from this place. The thesaurós, as a repository for the sacred and that worth preserving at the beginning of the European cultural tradition is, for Bublitz, a symbol and figure for a new handling of and access to art and culture in the 21st century.

Thesaurós of the inhabitants of the Greek Cycladic island of Σίφνο (Sifnos)
at the Apollo Oracle in Delphi.

Gabriel & Schindele

GABRIEL is a tale and cosmos by performance artist Edwin W. Moes and art historian JMH Schindele. Since 2019 they are operating as the artist duo Gabriel & Schindele. The main character of this narrative is called Gabriel and is embodied by Moes.

Hilarion Manero

Thanks to the constantly effective miracle assumed by myth, the waking day of a people who are stimulated by myth, as the ancient Greeks were, does indeed resemble dream more than it does the day of a thinker whose mind has been sobered by science. If, one day, any tree may speak as a nymph, or if a god can carry off virgins in the guise of a bull, if the goddess Athene herself is suddenly seen riding on a beautiful chariot in the company of Pisistratus through the market-places of Athens - and that was what the honest Athenian believed - then anything is possible at any time....."

Michal Martychowiec

Michal Martychowiec (born 1987) is a contemporary artist. He creates conceptual series of photographs, films, drawings, neons,objects, and mix-media installations and environments.

Through this practice, characterized by the diversity of the media used, Martychowiec aims to explore the condition and the possibilities of contemporary human existence.

El Arbi Bouqdib Archive

The aim of the El Arbi Bouqdib Archives and all related artistic and curatorial activities is the poetic reconstruction of El Arbo Bouqdib's life and the presentation, embedding and questioning of his research results. This narrative and poetic form of reprocessing is the work of several different authors and artists ranging from classical persian music, curatorial practices to the visual arts.

Elshan Ghasimi

Elshan Ghasimi (*1981 in Isfahan, Iran) is a master of the tar, a long-necked Iranian lute instrument, and of Persian classical art music, composer, performance artist and teacher. She works in meeting spaces of tradition and modernity, West and East, music and other art forms. Her approach is greatly influenced by the tradition and practice of the radīf, the repertoire of Persian classical music, which she is the first female musician to reinterpret over the course of a large-scale project.