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Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, dear friends,


This newsletter starts off with information on the EU General Data Protection Regulation.
We warmly invite you to the next Salons für Ästhetische Experimente. This weekend the special edition Choreo-graphic Figures: Deviations from the Line" takes place. In July, our fellows will welcome you at the salon “What Art can do when the Powers that Be Block change" at Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin. Unfortunately, the salon by our current fellow Darsha Hewitt titled “Deconstructing a Socialist Lawnmower“ has been cancelled. However, another opportunity to see part of her work is the group exhibition “Requiem for a Failed State“ at the Center for Contemporary Art in Leipzig which is still open until August 2018.
We are currently looking for a student employee to support the BAS and Graduate School office, so please spread the news! 
Furthermore, we are happy to announce that our fellows Kerstin Ergenzinger, Kiran Kumar and Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari will give the workshop “Moving Sound Aligned” in the framework of Studium Generale at UdK Berlin in July 2018. Last but not least, we share some news from our alumni.


EU General Data Protection Regulation

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Current fellows

Light installation in a hallway.

Foto: Kerstin Ergenzinger / VG Bild-Kunst


Workshop "Moving Sound Aligned"

5 to 7 July 2018: Kerstin Ergenzinger, Kiran Kumar and Bnaya Halperin-Kaddari will offer a workshop in the context of the Studium Generale programme.


Exhibition “Requiem for a Failed State”

14 April to 5 August 2018: Darsha Hewitt takes part in the group exhibition “Requiem for a Failed State” in the Center for Contemporary Art in Leipzig.

  Exhibition of the DDR lawnmower in glass boxes.

Foto: HALLE 14, 2018 | Büro für Fotografie



Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa lecturing

Foto: Saskia Uppenkamp


10. Berlin Biennale

15 to 25 February 2019: Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa's work will be part of the exhibition “We don’t need another hero” at the next Berlin Biennale.


Artist Talk Lucie Strecker and Klaus Spiess at UdK

11 June 2018: Lucie Strecker and Klaus Spiess will take part in an artist talk hosted by the class Gallmeier from the College of Fine Arts at Berlin University of the Arts.


Foto: Lucie Strecker/ Klaus Spiess

Greenhouse in the form of a pyramid

Foto: Valentina Karga


Sculpture “Food is Energy” in Athens

27 March to 15 June 2018: In the framework of the exhibition “Geometries” in Athens Valentina Karga will present her new sculpture “Food is Energy” that originated in collaboration with Marjética Potrç.


Panel III at BE.BOP 2018.

12 June 2018: Tanja Ostojić will take part in the BE.BOP 2018. at Autograph ABP in London.


Foto: Daniel Jarosch, Copyright: T. Ostojic


Foto: Daniel Jarosch, Copyright: T. Ostojic


Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms conference in London

2 July 2018: Tanja Ostojić will deliver a keynote speech at the Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms - conference at the Middlesex University in London.


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