In Western societies, there is a tendency to link our being to possessing things. The fact that things are more than inanimate bodies, bare possessions or waste products but maintain a vital, valuable relationship to each other and to us as humans is the focus of the current edition of ada Studio’s NAH DRAN extended. For IN TOUCH, five artists will be conducting a sort of archeology of memory in three works. To do so, they will interact and come into contact with things, their absence and their culturally, politically, emotionally and spiritually shaped histories. In their search for a counter-design to a patriarchal, capitalist and colonially shaped understanding of the world, curators Roni Katz and Maya Weinberg will ask: What if we can imagine a future based on the sharing of resources, geographies and histories?