All articles by: Artrit Bytyci

Artrit Bytyçi is from Kosovo. He has an MFA in creative writing from the New School in New York City. His background in biological sciences has influenced how he sees the world. He tries to approach art with an experimenter’s curiosity and to think about science with an artist’s playfulness. To date, all such attempts have given inconclusive results.

Blogbox | Fiction

The Arbiter (Part 5)

By - 28.03.2020

Everyone loves the colonel.

Blogbox | Fiction

The Arbiter (Part 4)

By - 27.03.2020

Of prophecies and death.

Blogbox | Fiction

The Arbiter (Part 3)

By - 26.03.2020

Search and destroy.

Blogbox | Fiction

The Arbiter (Part 2)

By - 24.03.2020

The collective.

Blogbox | Fiction

The Arbiter (Part 1)

By - 23.03.2020

Do Arbiters have wet dreams?

Blogbox | Diaspora

Aftershocks: The illusions of a frozen time

By - 03.08.2019

A return to the homeland after 15 years.

Blogbox | Arts

An artist without an exhibition review is no artist

By - 02.06.2019

A satirical piece of art critique.

Blogbox | Fiction

2028 Noir

By - 16.02.2018

Put on 3D glasses now to enhance your experience.

In-depth | Independence

A guide for a 9-year-old kid

By - 17.02.2017

How to survive in the neighborhood.

| Migration

The walls that can’t be torn down

By - 26.09.2014

Even after millennia of hurt, we humans can't do without our boundaries