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Issue #33: 🧱Breaking walls, bridging borders🤝

The Hypercritic Weekly Newsletter
Dear Hypercritics,
In the week of the 32nd anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, we focus on works that explore different forms of division. They are the many walls, tangible but also mental, that separate society from within, producing marginalization and conflict. 
To tell you about them we start with a music album that will turn 30 on November 18. ⚠️

➡️ Play
Achtung Baby | When U2 dreamt it all up again
➡️ Watch
The Man in the High Castle | “What have might been”
➡️ Read
Peter Schneider: The Wall Jumper
Walls and social divide
➡️ Read
Dorohedoro characters mix dark fantasy and comedy
➡️ Read
Attack on Titan is a manga about power and freedom
The start of a revolution
The Handmaid's Tale | Nolite te bastardes carborundorum is a cry of power
➡️ Watch
The Handmaid's Tale | It’s all much more than fiction
➡️ Read
The Underground Railroad tells more than Black history
➡️ Watch
The Underground Railroad
Colson Whitehead and Margaret Atwood Discuss The Underground Railroad, The Handmaid's Tale and the Challenges of Adaptation
Bridging borders and differences
➡️ Experience
Migrants, Picnic across the border
➡️ Change
The European Pavilion
#TheEuropeanPavilion is kicking off today in the mesmerizing scenery of @OgrTorino. Launched by @ECF_tweets and @FondazioneCRT, this cultural movement aims at shaping a new dimension of European belonging.
On November 12 at Officine Grandi Riparazioni in Turin, the European Cultural Foundation launched The European Pavilion, a cultural movement to forge a new spirit of European belonging. It aims to question and visualize what Europe is and, above all, what it can become tomorrow. 
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Issue created by Giulia Avataneo - Hypercritic Editor-in-Chief, with the collaboration of Cristina Danini, Maëva Le Roux, Maria Chiara Pacifici, Valeria Provenzano.
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