An exhibition by Slavs and Tatars opened at Dresden’s Albertinum museum under the melodious title Made in Dschermany. The main theme is German Orientalism—the ties between German culture and Islam—and the key is in the first four letters of the title: DSCH. It’s no accident that the menu for the opening includes the familiar-sounding cocktail Dschin Tonic. Apart from the exhibition picturesquely arranged in the historic interiors of the Kunsthalle im Lipsiusbau, in Dresden Slavs and Tatars present a series of performative lectures and also perform interventions in the museum’s Dresden Porcelain Collection and Mathematics and Physics Salon. It is the collective’s largest show to date in Germany, and another one is planned for later this year at the Kunstverein Hannover.