The 12th Berlin Biennale, titled “Still Present!,” brings together an international roster of artists, including Dana Levy and Omer Fast, whose work critically engages with the legacies of modernity and the resulting state of planetary emergency. The exhibition also features historical documents, including political and activist publications from the Archiv der Avantgarden—Egidio Marzona (AdA), an archive of 20th-century avant-garde art. These contributions reveal connections between colonialism, fascism, and imperialism, and propose decolonial strategies for the future oriented around a set of questions: How can a decolonial ecology be shaped? What role can non-Western feminist movements play in the reappropriation of historical narratives? How can the debate on restitution be reinvented beyond the return of plundered goods? Can the field of emotion be reclaimed through art?