Hyperkulturemia is a menhir in southern England, a small French medieval town square, a museum of contemporary art in the center of Johannesburg, the “Concert in the egg” of Hieronymus Bosch and the last film by Federico Fellini. Hyperkulturemia is Adele, an art historian in New York; is Allan, an assistant artist in Toronto; is Francesco, an archaeologist in Rome and is also Maria, a conservator of Pre-Columbian art in Mexico. Hyperkulturemia is a meeting point, a platform where young people from around the world can speak their mind. It is a common space in which you share different cultures, where you learn about places, where you discover artists, where you reformulate questions, where you change perspectives. A medium open to everybody, free for everybody. Come in and sit, talk, share, change, learn and think.