is devoted to making research public. In other words, we create publications, exhibitions, workshops, texts, etc.,
that want to open up socially and culturally relevant insight—scientific, scholarly, artistic, or otherwise—to a broad audience
using creative means of storytelling and knowledge mediation.
We are driven by a strong belief in sharing and commoning knowledge and a commitment to social justice.
We always strive to challenge our own biases and hold inclusive, thorough, accurate, and fair research and representation to the highest regard.
We work both on self-initiated productions and on commissioned projects.
As a non-profit organization, common-interest invests any income back into its own productions, which seek to strengthen
marginalized voices and intersectional perspectives, uncover untold histories and stories, and shed a critical light onto societal issues.
Established in 2018 by longtime collaborators Corinne Gisel and Nina Paim. A more extensive website is currently in the works.
In the meantime, don’t hesitate to
contact us or follow us on Instagram. A portfolio of projects is available upon request.